 33.33.1: (I) A sharp image is located 373 mm behind a 215mmfocallength con...
 33.33.2: (I) Sunlight is observed to focus at a point 18.5 cm behind alens, ...
 33.33.3: (I) (a) What is the power of a 23.5cmfocallength lens?(b) What i...
 33.33.4: (II) A certain lens focuses an object 1.85 m away as animage 48.3 c...
 33.33.5: (II) A 105mmfocallength lens is used to focus an imageon the sen...
 33.33.6: (II) A stamp collector uses a converging lens with focallength 28 c...
 33.33.7: (II) It is desired to magnify reading material by a factor of2.5 X ...
 33.33.8: (II) A 8.00D lens is held 12.5 cm from an ant 1.00 mm high.Describ...
 33.33.9: (II) An object is located 1.50 m from an 8.0D lens. By howmuch doe...
 33.33.10: (II) (a) How far from a 50.0mmfocallength lens must anobject be ...
 33.33.11: (II) How far from a converging lens with a focal length of25 cm sho...
 33.33.12: (II) (a) A 2.80cmhigh insect is 1.30 m from a 135mmfocallength ...
 33.33.13: (II) A bright object and a viewing screen are separated by adistanc...
 33.33.14: (II) How far apart are an object and an image formedby an 85cmfoc...
 33.33.15: (II) Show analytically that the image formed by aconverging lens (a...
 33.33.16: (II) A converging lens has focal length / . When an object isplaced...
 33.33.17: (n) In a slide or movie projector, the film acts as the object whos...
 33.33.18: ( Ill) A bright object is placed on one side of a converginglens of...
 33.33.19: (Ill) (a) Show that the lens equation can be written in theNewtonia...
 33.33.20: (II) A diverging lens with / = 33.5 cm is placed 14.0 cmbehind a co...
 33.33.21: (II) Two 25.0cmfocallength converging lenses are placed16.5 cm a...
 33.33.22: (II) A 34.0cmfocallength converging lens is 24.0 cmbehind a dive...
 33.33.23: (II) The two converging lenses of Example 335 are nowplaced only 2...
 33.33.24: (II) A diverging lens with a focal length of 14 cm is placed12 cm t...
 33.33.25: (II) Two lenses, one converging with focal length 20.0 cmand one di...
 33.33.26: (II) A diverging lens is placed next to a converging lens offocal l...
 33.33.27: (II) A lighted candle is placed 36 cm in front of a converginglens ...
 33.33.28: (I) A double concave lens has surface radii of 33.4 cm and28.8 cm. ...
 33.33.29: (I) Both surfaces of a double convex lens have radii of31.4 cm. If ...
 33.33.30: (I) Show that if the lens of Example 337 is reversed, thefocal len...
 33.33.31: (I) A planoconvex lens (Fig. 332a) is to have a focal lengthof 18....
 33.33.32: (II) An object is placed 90.0 cm from a glass lens(n = 1.52) with o...
 33.33.33: (II) A prescription for a corrective lens calls for +3.50 diopters....
 33.33.34: (I) A properly exposed photograph is taken at //1 6 and ^ s .What l...
 33.33.35: (I) A television camera lens has a 17cm focal length and alens dia...
 33.33.36: (II) A pinhole camera uses a tiny pinhole instead of alens. Show, u...
 33.33.37: (II) Suppose that a correct exposure is 550 s at / / l l . Underthe...
 33.33.38: (II) Human vision normally covers an angle of about 40 horizontally...
 33.33.39: (II) A nature photographer wishes to photograph a 38m talltree fro...
 33.33.40: (I) A human eyeball is about 2.0 cm long and the pupil has amaximum...
 33.33.41: (II) A person struggles to read by holding a book at armslength, a ...
 33.33.42: (II) Reading glasses of what power are needed for a personwhose nea...
 33.33.43: (II) If the nearsighted person in Example 3313 worecontact lenses ...
 33.33.44: (II) An eye is corrected by a 4.50D lens, 2.0 cm from theeye. (a) ...
 33.33.45: (II) A persons right eye can see objects clearly only if theyare be...
 33.33.46: A person has a far point of 14 cm. What power glasseswould correct ...
 33.33.47: One lens of a nearsighted persons eyeglasses has afocal length of ...
 33.33.48: What is the focal length of the eye lens system whenviewing an obje...
 33.33.49: A nearsighted person has near and far points of 10.6and 20.0 cm res...
 33.33.50: The closely packed cones in the fovea of the eye have adiameter of ...
 33.33.51: What is the focal length of a magnifying glass of3.8X magnification...
 33.33.52: What is the magnification of a lens used with a relaxedeye if its f...
 33.33.53: A magnifier is rated at 3.OX for a normal eye focusing onan image a...
 33.33.54: Sherlock Holmes is using an 8.80cmfocallength lensas his magnify...
 33.33.55: A small insect is placed 5.85 cm from a +6.00cmfocallengthlens. C...
 33.33.56: A 3.40mmwide bolt is viewed with a 9.60cmfocallengthlens. A nor...
 33.33.57: A magnifying glass with a focal length of 9.5 cm is usedto read pri...
 33.33.58: A magnifying glass is rated at 3.0X for a normal eyethat is relaxed...
 33.33.59: A converging lens of focal length / = 12 cm is beingused by a write...
 33.33.60: What is the magnification of an astronomical telescopewhose objecti...
 33.33.61: The overall magnification of an astronomical telescope isdesired to...
 33.33.62: A 7.0X binocular has 3.0cmfocallength eyepieces.What is the foca...
 33.33.63: An astronomical telescope has an objective with focallength 75 cm a...
 33.33.64: An astronomical telescope has its two lenses spaced78.0 cm apart. I...
 33.33.65: A Galilean telescope adjusted for a relaxed eye is33.8 cm long. If ...
 33.33.66: What is the magnifying power of an astronomical telescopeusing a re...
 33.33.67: The Moons image appears to be magnified 120 X by areflecting astron...
 33.33.68: A 120 X astronomical telescope is adjusted for a relaxedeye when th...
 33.33.69: An astronomical telescope longer than about 50 cm isnot easy to hol...
 33.33.70: A reflecting telescope (Fig. 3338b) has a radius of curvatureof 3....
 33.33.71: A 7.5 X pair of binoculars has an objective focal lengthof 26 cm. I...
 33.33.72: A microscope uses an eyepiece with a focal length of1.50 cm. Using ...
 33.33.73: A 680 X microscope uses a 0.40cmfocallength objectivelens. If th...
 33.33.74: A 17cmlong microscope has an eyepiece with a focallength of 2.5 c...
 33.33.75: A microscope has a 13.0X eyepiece and a 58.0X objectivelens 20.0 cm...
 33.33.76: Repeat assuming that the final image islocated 25 cm from the eyepi...
 33.33.77: A microscope has a 1.8cmfocallength eyepiece and a0.80cm object...
 33.33.78: The eyepiece of a compound microscope has a focallength of 2.80 cm ...
 33.33.79: An inexpensive instructional lab microscope allows theuser to selec...
 33.33.80: Given two 12cmfocallength lenses, you attempt tomake a crude mic...
 33.33.81: A planoconvex lens (Fig. 332a) has one flat surfaceand the other h...
 33.33.82: An achromatic lens is made of two very thin lenses,placed in contac...
 33.33.83: A 200mmfocallength lens can be adjusted so that it is200.0 mm to...
 33.33.84: If a 135mm telephoto lens is designed to cover objectdistances fro...
 33.33.85: For a camera equipped with a 58mmfocallength lens, whatis the ob...
 33.33.86: Show that for objects very far away (assume infinity), themagnifica...
 33.33.87: small object is 25.0 cm from a diverging lens as shown inFig. 3348...
 33.33.88: A converging lens with focal length of 13.0 cm is placed incontact ...
 33.33.89: An astronomical telescope has a magnification of 8.0 X. Ifthe two l...
 33.33.90: Show that if two thin lenses of focal lengths / and f2 areplaced in...
 33.33.91: How large is the image of the Sun on film used in a camerawith (a) ...
 33.33.92: Two converging lenses are placed 30.0 cm apart. The focallength of ...
 33.33.93: When an object is placed 60.0 cm from a certain converginglens, it ...
 33.33.94: Figure 3349 was taken from the NIST Laboratory(National Institute ...
 33.33.95: A movie star catches a reporter shooting pictures of her athome. Sh...
 33.33.96: As early morning passed toward midday, and the sunlightgot more int...
 33.33.97: A child has a near point of 15 cm. What is the maximummagnification...
 33.33.98: A woman can see clearly with her right eye only whenobjects are bet...
 33.33.99: What is the magnifying power of a +4.0D lens used as amagnifier? A...
 33.33.100: A physicist lost in the mountains tries to make a telescopeusing th...
 33.33.101: A 50yearold man uses +2.5D lenses to read a newspaper25 cm away....
 33.33.102: An object is moving toward a converging lens of focallength / with ...
 33.33.103: The objective lens and the eyepiece of a telescope arespaced 85 cm ...
 33.33.104: Two converging lenses, one with / = 4.0 cm and the otherwith / = 44...
 33.33.105: Sam purchases +3.50D eyeglasses which correct his faultyvision to ...
 33.33.106: The proper functioning of certain optical devices (e.g.,optical fib...
 33.33.107: In a sciencefiction novel, an intelligent oceandwellingcreatures ...
 33.33.108: A telephoto lens system obtains a large magnification in acompact p...
 33.33.109: In the magnification method, the focal length / of aconverging lens...
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