Mpx - .0074.0071.0069.0067.0065.0063.0061.0059.0057 5 6 1/i.003.0033.0035.0037.0038.004.0041.0042.0043.0043.0044.0044.0044.0044 4 4 The Y-intercept

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Margaret Rah 34135084 MPX In this experiment we used combination lenses and telescopes to figure out the magnification. V1. Magnification of the astronomical telescope lml = f 1/ f 2 lml = 127mm/18mm = 7.06 Our experimental value was 6 which is a under the actual magnification but still close. The uncertainty will probably be very low considering how close it is to the actual. VI-2. Magnification of the terrestrial telescope lml = f 1/ f 2 lml = 127mm/-22 = -5.77 = 5.77 Our experimental value was 6 which is over the actual magnification but very close. The uncertainty will probably be very low considering how close it is to the actual. VI-3. o(mm) 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 175 1 8 0 i(mm) 328 302 284 271 260 249 245 238 231 230 229 228 227 226 2 2 5 1/o .009 .0087 .0083 .008 .0077
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Unformatted text preview: .0074 .0071 .0069 .0067 .0065 .0063 .0061 .0059 .0057 . 5 6 1/i .003 .0033 .0035 .0037 .0038 .004 .0041 .0042 .0043 .0043 .0044 .0044 .0044 .0044 . 4 4 The Y-intercept is .006847; the uncertainty in y-intercept is .00022. Focal Length 1/f=1/f 1 +1/f 2 1/f= 1/127 + 1/252 = 1/f = .0118 f = 84.75mm Question 1. We would have to change the lens in this experiment for the chromatic aberration to be avoided. The blurry and colored edges can be avoided if the lens is maybe not inverted. Question 2. The A lens with positive focal length larger than the largest available positive f lens can be made by manipulating the length of the distance from the image and the light to get the same effects....
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Mpx - .0074.0071.0069.0067.0065.0063.0061.0059.0057 5 6 1/i.003.0033.0035.0037.0038.004.0041.0042.0043.0043.0044.0044.0044.0044 4 4 The Y-intercept

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