What is the magnifying power of a lens used as a +4.0-D magnifier? Assume a relaxed normal eye.
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The magnifying power of a lens is P = +4 0 D
From the definition of the magnifying power of the lens,
Here f is the focal length of the lens. Therefore the focal length of the lens is:
The magnification of the lens is
Here the near point for a relaxed normal eye
Therefore the magnification of the lens is:
Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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