 32.1: Can a virtual image be photographed? If so, give an example. If not...
 32.2: Suppose the and axes of a coordinate system are painted different c...
 32.3: True or False (a) The virtual image formed by a concave mirror is a...
 32.4: An ant is crawling along the axis of a concave mirror that has radi...
 32.5: An ant is crawling along the axis of a convex mirror that has radiu...
 32.6: Convex mirrors are often used for rearview mirrors on cars and truc...
 32.7: As an ant on the axis of a concave mirror crawls from a great dista...
 32.8: A kingfisher bird that is perched on a branch a few feet above the ...
 32.9: An object is placed on the axis of a diverging lens whose focal len...
 32.10: If an object is placed between the focal point of a converging lens...
 32.11: A converging lens is made of glass that has an index of refraction ...
 32.12: True or false: (a) A virtual image cannot be displayed on a screen....
 32.13: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION Both the human eye and the digital camera wo...
 32.14: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION If an object is in front of the naked eye of...
 32.15: Explain the following statement: A microscope is an object magnifie...
 32.16: Estimate the location and size of the image of your face when you h...
 32.17: Estimate the focal length of the mirror produced by the surface of ...
 32.18: Estimate the maximum value that could be obtained for the magnifyin...
 32.19: The image of the object point in Figure 3257 is viewed by an eye, ...
 32.20: You are tall and want to be able to see your full image in a vertic...
 32.21: (a) Two plane mirrors make an angle of The light from a point objec...
 32.22: Show that the mirror equation (Equation 324 where yields the corre...
 32.23: When two plane mirrors are parallel, such as on opposite walls in a...
 32.24: A concave mirror has a radius of curvature equal to Use ray diagram...
 32.25: (a) Use the mirror equation (Equation 324 where to calculate the i...
 32.26: A convex mirror has a radius of curvature that has a magnitude equa...
 32.27: (a) Use the mirror equation (Equation 324 where to calculate the i...
 32.28: Use the mirror equation (Equation 324 where to prove that a convex...
 32.29: A dentist wants a small mirror that will produce an upright image t...
 32.30: CONTEXTRICH Convex mirrors are used in many stores to provide a wi...
 32.31: A certain telescope uses a concave spherical mirror that has a radi...
 32.32: A piece of a thin spherical shell that has a radius of curvature of...
 32.33: Two light rays parallel to the optic axis of a concave mirror strik...
 32.34: A very long glass rod has one end ground and polished to a convex s...
 32.35: A fish is from the front surface of a spherical fish bowl of radius...
 32.36: A very long glass rod has one end ground and polished to a concave ...
 32.37: Repeat for when the glass rod and the object are immersed in water,...
 32.38: Repeat for when the glass rod and the object are immersed in water ...
 32.39: A rod that is long is made of glass that has an index of refraction...
 32.40: Repeat for an object in air on the axis of the glass rod from the e...
 32.41: A double concave lens that has an index of refraction equal to 1.45...
 32.42: The following thin lenses are made of glass that has an index of re...
 32.43: The following four thin lenses are made of glass that has an index ...
 32.44: Find the focal length of a glass lens that has an index of refracti...
 32.45: (a) An object that is high is placed in front of a thin lens that h...
 32.46: The lensmakers equation has three design parameters. They consist ...
 32.47: Repeat 46, but for a diverging lens that has a focal length in air ...
 32.48: (a) What is meant by a negative object distance? Describe a specifi...
 32.49: Two converging lenses, each having a focal length equal to are sepa...
 32.50: Repeat 49, but with the second lens replaced by a diverging lens th...
 32.51: (a) Show that to obtain a magnification of magnitude using a conver...
 32.52: SPREADSHEET A converging lens has a focal length of (a) Using a spr...
 32.53: SPREADSHEET A converging lens has a focal length of (a) Using a spr...
 32.54: An object is in front of a converging lens that has a focal length ...
 32.55: An object is in front of a converging lens that has a focal length ...
 32.56: In a convenient form of the thinlens equation used by Newton, the ...
 32.57: In Bessels method for finding the focal length f of a lens, an obje...
 32.58: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH You are working for an optici...
 32.59: An object is to the left of a lens that has a focal length of A sec...
 32.60: Chromatic aberration is a common defect of (a) concave and convex l...
 32.61: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Discuss some of the reasons why most telesc...
 32.62: A symmetric doubleconvex lens has radii of curvature equal to It i...
 32.63: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION Find the change in the focal length of the e...
 32.64: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION A farsighted person requires lenses that hav...
 32.65: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION If two point objects close together are to b...
 32.66: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION Suppose the eye were designed like a camera ...
 32.67: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION A simple model for the eye is a lens that ha...
 32.68: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION (This problem refers to the model eye descri...
 32.69: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION (This problem refers to the model eye descri...
 32.70: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION A person who has a near point of needs to re...
 32.71: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION A nearsighted person cannot focus clearly on...
 32.72: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION Because the index of refraction of the lens ...
 32.73: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION The near point of a certain persons eyes is ...
 32.74: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION At age 45, a person is fitted for reading gl...
 32.75: What is the magnifying power of a lens that has a focal length equa...
 32.76: Alens that has a focal length equal to is used as a simple magnifie...
 32.77: In your botany class, you examine a leaf using a convex lens as a s...
 32.78: Your laboratory microscope objective has a focal length of It forms...
 32.79: A microscope has an objective that has a focal length equal to The ...
 32.80: A crude, symmetric handheld microscope consists of two lenses faste...
 32.81: A compound microscope has an objective lens that has a power of and...
 32.82: A microscope has a magnifying power of 600. The eyepiece has an ang...
 32.83: You have a simple telescope that has an objective which has a focal...
 32.84: The objective lens of the refracting telescope at the Yerkes Observ...
 32.85: The diameter mirror of the reflecting telescope at Mt. Palomar has ...
 32.86: An astronomical telescope has a magnifying power of 7.0. The two le...
 32.87: Adisadvantage of the astronomical telescope for terrestrial use (fo...
 32.88: A Galilean telescope (see 87) is designed so that the final image i...
 32.89: If you look into the wrong end of a telescope, that is, into the ob...
 32.90: To focus a camera, the distance between the lens and the imagesens...
 32.91: A converging lens that has a focal length equal to is used to obtai...
 32.92: You are given two converging lenses that have focal lengths of and ...
 32.93: (a) Show how the same two lenses in should be arranged to form a co...
 32.94: CONTEXTRICH On a vacation, you are scuba diving and using a diving...
 32.95: A digital camera has a rectangular array of CCDs (light sensors) th...
 32.96: A camera that has interchangeable lenses is used to take a picture ...
 32.97: An object is placed in front of a lens that has a focal length equa...
 32.98: (a) Show that if is the focal length of a thin lens in air, its foc...
 32.99: While parked in your car, you see a jogger in your rear view mirror...
 32.100: A layer of water floats on top of a layer of carbon tetrachloride i...
 32.101: An object is in front of a thin converging lens that has a focal le...
 32.102: When a bright light source is placed in front of a lens, there is a...
 32.103: A concave mirror that has a radius of curvature equal to is oriente...
 32.104: The concave side of a lens has a radius of curvature that has a mag...
 32.105: A solid glass ball of radius has an index of refraction equal to 1....
 32.106: (a) Show that a small change in the index of refraction of a lens m...
 32.107: The lateral magnification of a spherical mirror or a thin lens is g...
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