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critical
angle.
 Know
what
the
critical
angle
is.
 Know
why
the
prism
had
to
be
lined
up
with
the
axis
of
rotation
(remember
the
 laser
beam
coming
into
the
circular
side
must
not
be
refracted).
 Know
why
percent
error
or
percent
difference
was
used.
 
 Lab
16
–
Image
formed
by
Lenses
 
 Know
the
lens
equation
and
how
to
use
it:
 
 It
may
be
written
as
this:
 
 
 111 +=
 pqf 
 Or
it
may
be
written
as
this:
 
 111 +=
 oif 
 Know
where
to
place
the
object
(with
respect
to
the
focal
point)
if
you
want
an
 inverted/upright
image.
 Know
where
to
place
the
object
(with
respect
to
the
focal
point)
if
you
want
an
 enlarged/reduced
image.
 
 Know
the
magnification
equations
and
how
to
use
it:
 
 It
may
be
written
as
this:
 
...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2010 for the course PHYS 1112L taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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