Physics Review QuestionUnit:
LensYear:
1992 Question#:
94Question:
An object 0.080 meter high is placed 0.20 meter from a converging (convex) lens.
If the distance of the image from the lens is 0.40 meter, the height of the image
is(1
) 0.010 m(2
) 0.040 m(3
) 0.80 m(4
) 0.16 mWhat is this question really asking?
Explanation by: Larissa B [ Return to question menu
]Answer 1
0.010 m INCORRECT return to top
Answer 2
0.040 m INCORRECT return to top
Answer 3
0.080 m INCORRECT return to top
Answer 4
0.16 m CORRECT this formula can be found on the regents reference tables: substituting in the object size: 080 m, the object distance: .2 m, and the image distance .4 m, we find the image size: 0.16 m return to top
What's this question really asking?
Use the image size ratio. return to top |

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