FinalA - PHY 126 Final Exam A Problem 1 (30 points)...

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PHY 126 Final Exam A Problem 1 (30 points) 85.0 cm x cm plane mirror converging lens As shown in Fig., an arrow is placed at a position, x cm from a plane mirror, and 85.0 cm from a converging lens of focal length 32.0 cm. The arrow is seen through the lens from the right-hand side of the lens. In this problem we are concerned with the final image of the arrow reflected on the mirror and then focused through the converging lens. First assume that x = 20.0 cm unless otherwise stated. (a) Draw a principal-ray diagram that locates the final image (5 points). (b) Calculate the location of the final image (5 points). (c) Is the final image real or virtual and is it erect (upright) or inverted with respect to the original object (1+1 points)? (d) If x is changed to 22.0 cm, where is the location of the final image (3 points)? (e) If the mirror is moving from x=20.0 cm to x=22.0 cm at a speed of 1.00 cm/s, what is the corresponding speed of its final image viewed through the lens (5 points)?
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2011 for the course PHY 126 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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FinalA - PHY 126 Final Exam A Problem 1 (30 points)...

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