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# Solved: Marooned on a desert island and with a lot of time

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## Solution for problem 35.67 Chapter 35

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach, Standard Edition (Chs 1-36) | 4th Edition

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Problem 35.67

Marooned on a desert island and with a lot of time on your hands, you decide to disassemble your glasses to make a crude telescope with which you can scan the horizon for rescuers. Luckily youre farsighted, and, like most people, your two eyes have different lens prescriptions. Your left eye uses a lens of power +4.5 D, and your right eyes lens is +3.0 D. a. Which lens should you use for the objective and which for the eyepiece? Explain. b. What will be the magnification of your telescope? c. How far apart should the two lenses be when you focus on distant objects?

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UNIT 2 STUDY GUIDE Spring 2016 MICR 3050 OBJECTIVES: Chapter 3.1 – 3.5 1. Compare and contrast the structure, composition, and functions of the cell walls of gram­positive and gram­negative bacteria. Be able to label them. Composition: Gram positive: plasma membrane surrounded by a thick peptidoglycan wall;...

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