ct_lensmirror - . . when outside the water. ? Overhead...

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Mirror properties For a mirror that produces a positive magnification, the image is A. real and upright. B. real and inverted. C. virtual and upright. D. virtual and inverted.
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Lens in water A parallel beam of light is sent through the water of an aquarium. If a convex glass lens is held in the water, it focuses the beam A. closer to the lens than. . . B. at the same position as. . . C. farther from the lens than.
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Unformatted text preview: . . when outside the water. ? Overhead projector lens The convex lens in an overhead projector forms an image P of a point P on an overhead transparency. If the projector is moved closer to the screen, the lens must be A. moved up. . . B. left in place. . . C. moved down. . . to keep the image on the screen in focus. P P...
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ct_lensmirror - . . when outside the water. ? Overhead...

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