 25.13P: (II) A person has a far point of 14 cm. What power glasses would co...
 25.1P: A 55mmfocallength lens has fstops ranging from f/l.4 to f/22. W...
 25.2P: A television camera lens has a 14cm focal length and a lens diamet...
 25.3P: A light meter reports that a camera setting of s at f/5.6 will give...
 25.4P: A properly exposed photograph is taken at f/16 and s. What lens ope...
 25.5P: If an f = 135mm telephoto lens is designed to cover object distanc...
 25.6P: A 200mmfocallength lens can be adjusted so that it is 200.0 mm t...
 25.7P: A nature photographer wishes to photograph a 28mtall tree from a ...
 25.8P: A “pinhole” camera uses a tiny pinhole instead of a lens. Show, usi...
 25.9P: Suppose that a correct exposure is s at f /11. Under the same condi...
 25.11P: If the nearsighted person in Example 25–6 wore contact lenses corre...
 25.12P: Reading glasses of what power are needed for a person whose near po...
 25.15P: A person’s left eye is corrected by a ?3.50diopter lens, 2.0 cm fr...
 25.16P: A person’s right eye can see objects clearly only if they are betwe...
 25.16Q: Give at least two advantages for the use of large reflecting mirror...
 25.18P: One lens of a nearsighted person’s eyeglasses has a focal length of...
 25.19P: What is the focal length of the eyelens system when viewing an obj...
 25.20P: A nearsighted person has near and far points of 10.0 and 20.0 cm, r...
 25.21P: What is the magnification of a lens used with a relaxed eye if its ...
 25.22P: What is the focal length of a magnifying glass of 3.5× magnificatio...
 25.23P: A magnifier is rated at 2.5× for a normal eye focusing on an image ...
 25.24P: Sherlock Holmes is using a 9.00cmfocallength lens as his magnify...
 25.25P: A 3.30mmwide beetle is viewed with a 9.50cmfocallength lens. A...
 25.26P: A small insect is placed 5.55 cm from a +6.00cmfocallength lens....
 25.27P: A magnifying glass with a focal length of 8.5 cm is used to read pr...
 25.28P: A magnifying glass is rated at 3.0× for a normal eye that is relaxe...
 25.29P: What is the magnification of an astronomical telescope whose object...
 25.30P: The overall magnification of an astronomical telescope is desired t...
 25.31P: An 8.0× binocular has 2.8cmfocallength eyepieces. What is the fo...
 25.32P: An astronomical telescope has an objective with focal length 85 cm ...
 25.33P: An astronomical telescope has its two lenses spaced 75.2 cm apart. ...
 25.34P: A Galilean telescope adjusted for a relaxed eye is 32.8 cm long. If...
 25.35P: What is the magnifying power of an astronomical telescope using a r...
 25.36P: The Moon’s image appears to be magnified 120× by a reflecting astro...
 25.37P: A 170× astronomical telescope is adjusted for a relaxed eye when th...
 25.38P: A reflecting telescope (Fig. 25–21 b) has a radius of curvature of ...
 25.39P: A microscope uses an eyepiece with a focal length of 1.40 cm. Using...
 25.41P: A 17cmlong microscope has an eyepiece with a focal length of 2.5 ...
 25.40P: A 620× microscope uses a 0.40cmfocallength objective lens. If th...
 25.42P: A microscope has a 12.0× eyepiece and a 59.0× objective lens 20.0 c...
 25.43P: A microscope has a 1.8cmfocallength eyepiece and a 0.80cm objec...
 25.44P: Repeat assuming that the final image is located 25 cm from the eyep...
 25.45P: The eyepiece of a compound microscope has a focal length of 2.70 cm...
 25.46P: An achromatic lens is made of two very thin lenses, placed in conta...
 25.47P: Let’s examine spherical aberration in a particular situation. A pla...
 25.48P: What is the angular resolution limit (degrees) set by diffraction f...
 25.49P: Suppose that you wish to construct a telescope that can resolve fea...
 25.50P: The normal lens on a 35mm camera has a focal length of 50.0 mm. It...
 25.51P: Two stars 15 lightyears away are barely resolved by a 55cm (mirro...
 25.52P: (a) How far away can a human eye distinguish two car headlights 2.0...
 25.54P: Xrays of wavelength 0.133 nm fall on a crystal whose atoms, lying ...
 25.55P: Xrays of wavelength 0.0973 nm are directed at an unknown crystal. ...
 25.56P: Firstorder Bragg diffraction is observed at 25.2° related to the c...
 25.57P: (a) Suppose for a conventional Xray image that the Xray beam cons...
 25.59GP: As early morning passed toward midday, and the sunlight got more in...
 25.60GP: Show that for objects very far away (assume infinity), the magnific...
 25.61GP: For a camera equipped with a 50mmfocallength lens, what is the o...
 25.62GP: A woman can see clearly with her right eye only when objects are be...
 25.63GP: A child has a near point of 15 cm. What is the maximum magnificatio...
 25.65GP: A physicist lost in the mountains tries to make a telescope using t...
 25.66GP: A 50yearold man uses +2.5diopter lenses to read a newspaper 25 c...
 25.67GP: Spy planes fly at extremely high altitudes (25 km) to avoid interce...
 25.68GP: When shooting pictures at very short distances, exposure times must...
 25.69GP: The objective lens and the eyepiece of a telescope are spaced 85 cm...
 25.71GP: Two converging lenses, one with f = 4.0 cm and the other with f = 4...
 25.72GP: An astronomical telescope has a magnification of 8.0. If the two le...
 25.74GP: A Lucite planoconvex lens (Fig. 23–29a) has one flat surface and th...
 25.1Q: Why is the depth of field greater, and the image sharper, when a ca...
 25.2Q: Describe how diffraction affects the statement of Question 2. [Hint...
 25.3Q: Why must a camera lens be moved farther from the sensor or film to ...
 25.4Q: are bifocals needed mainly by older persons and not generally by yo...
 25.5Q: Will a nearsighted person who wears corrective lenses in her glasse...
 25.6Q: You can tell whether people are nearsighted or farsighted by lookin...
 25.7Q: In attempting to discern distant details, people will sometimes squ...
 25.8Q: Is the image formed on the retina of the human eye upright or inver...
 25.9Q: The human eye is much like a camera—yet, when a camera shutter is l...
 25.10P: (I) A human eyeball is about 2.0 cm long and the pupil has a maximu...
 25.10Q: ?. Reading glasses use converging lenses. A simple magnifier is als...
 25.11Q: Inexpensive microscopes for children's use usually produce images t...
 25.12Q: Spherical aberration in a thin lens is minimized if rays are bent e...
 25.13Q: Which aberrations present in a simple lens are not present (or are ...
 25.14P: (II) A person struggles to read by holding a book at arm's length, ...
 25.14Q: Explain why chromatic aberration occurs for thin lenses but not for...
 25.15Q: By what factor can you improve resolution, other things being equal...
 25.17P: (II) About how much longer is the nearsighted eye in Example 256 t...
 25.17Q: Which color of visible light would give the best resolution in a mi...
 25.18Q: Atoms have diameters of about Can visible light be used to "see" an...
 25.53P: The Earth and Moon are separated by about 400 x 106 m. When Mars is...
 25.58GP: Sam purchases +3.50D eyeglasses which correct his faulty vision to...
 25.64GP: What is the magnifying power of a lens used as a +4.0D magnifier? ...
 25.70GP: The Hubble Space Telescope, with an objective diameter of 2.4 m, is...
 25.73GP: You want to design a spy satellite to photograph license plate numb...
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