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Unformatted text preview: magnification (m) by using the formula: m=L/L. and comparing that with the theoretical value of M from the formula: M=I/o. o(mm) I(mm) L L' Flens 100 183 10 28 48 m M 2.8 1.83 V4) For this section, we projected a mirror image on a target, ensuring that the size of the object matches that of the object itself. We calculated the focal length of the curved mirror using the formula: f=I/2, and compared it with the given focal length (F). We then determined our percentage error. F(mm) I(mm) f(mm) %Err 25 60 30 20 V5) In this part of the lab, we plotted the I/I o vs. against Maluss law, I/I o =cos 2 , vs. and compared the two graphs. We used an incandescent source and a Polaroid on a component carrier as a source of polarized light and set the polarizer angle () to different angles in order to get measurements for I()....
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course PHY 107207 taught by Professor Cerne during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.
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