3 what would happen if the same object were located

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3. What would happen if the same object were located 18 cm from a converging lens with focal length 18 cm? 4. What would happen if the same object were located 18 cm from a diverging lens with focal length -18 cm? 5. In any of the situations above, what would happen if the middle 2/3 of the lens were blocked? 6. In which of the situations above could an image be projected on a screen? In which of the situations above could an image be seen without a screen? 7. Describe the problems with the ray diagram below: 8. Describe the features of the optical instrument illustrated by the ray diagram below. Is this a diagram for a microscope or a telescope? Is the final image inverted or erect? Is the final image magnified? 34
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P HYSICS L AB R EPORT R UBRIC Name: ID#: Course, Lab, Problem: Date Performed: Lab Partners' Names: Possible Earned Warm-Up Questions Laboratory Notebook Participation Earns No Points Earns Full Points Possible Earned Argument no or unclear argument logic does not flow gaps in content leaves reader with questions complete, cogent, flowing argument content, execution, analysis, conclusion all present leaves reader satisfied Technical Style vocabulary, syntax, etc. inappropriate for scientific writing necessary nonverbal media absent or poorly constructed subjective, fanciful, or appealing to emotions jarringly inconsistent no or confusing sections language appropriate for scientific writing nonverbal media present where appropriate, well-constructed, well incorporated objective, indicative, logical style consistent division into sections is helpful Use of Physics predictions unjustified experiment physically unjustified experiment tests wrong phenomenon theory absent from consideration of premise, predictions, and results predictions justified with physical theory experiment is physically sound and tests phenomenon in question results interpreted with theory to clear, appropriate conclusion Quantitativeness statements are vague or arbitrary analysis is inappropriately qualitative uncertainty analysis not used to evaluate prediction or find result numbers, equations, units, uncertainties missing or inappropriate consistently quantitative equations, numbers with units, uncertainties throughout prediction confirmed or denied, result found by some form of uncertainty analysis results, conclusions based on data Total 35