 34.80P: A microscope is focused on the upper surface of a glass plate. A se...
 34.81P: What should be the index of refraction of a transparent sphere in o...
 34.117CP: CALC (a) For a lens with focal length f, find the smallest distance...
 34.1DQ: A spherical mirror is cut in half horizontally. Will an image be fo...
 34.1E: A candle 4.85 cm tall is 39.2 cm to the left of a plane mirror. Whe...
 34.2DQ: For the situation shown in Fig. 34.3, is the image distance s’ posi...
 34.2E: The image of a tree just covers the length of a plane mirror 4.00 c...
 34.3DQ: The laws of optics also apply to electromagnetic waves invisible to...
 34.3E: A pencil that is 9.0 cm long is held perpendicular to the surface o...
 34.4DQ: Explain why the focal length of a plane mirror is infinite, and exp...
 34.4E: A concave mirror has a radius of curvature of 34.0 cm. (a) What is ...
 34.5DQ: If a spherical mirror is immersed in water, does its focal length c...
 34.5E: An object 0.600 cm tall is placed 16.5 cm to the left of the vertex...
 34.6DQ: For what range of object positions does a concave spherical mirror ...
 34.6E: Repeat Exercise 34.5 for the case in which the mirror is convex.34....
 34.7DQ: When a room has mirrors on two opposite walls, an infinite series o...
 34.7E: The diameter of Mars is 6794 km, and its minimum distance from the ...
 34.8DQ: For a spherical mirror, if s = f, then and the lateral magnificatio...
 34.8E: An object is 24.0 cm from the center of a silvered spherical glass ...
 34.9DQ: You may have noticed a small convex mirror next to your bank’s ATM....
 34.9E: A coin is placed next to the convex side of a thin spherical glass ...
 34.10DQ: A student claims that she can start a fire on a sunny day using jus...
 34.10E: You hold a spherical salad Bowl 90 cm in front of your face with th...
 34.11DQ: A person looks at his reflection in the concave side of a shiny spo...
 34.11E: (a) Show that Eq. (34.6) can be written as
 34.12DQ: In Example 34.4 (Section 34.2), there appears to be an
 34.12E: The thin glass shell shown in Fig. E34.15 has a spherical shape wit...
 34.13DQ: Suppose that in the situation of Example 34.7 of Section 34.3 (see ...
 34.13E: Dental Mirror. A dentist uses a curved mirror to view teeth on the ...
 34.14DQ: The bottom of the passengerside mirror on your car notes, “Objects...
 34.14E: A spherical, concave shaving mirror has a radius of curvature of 32...
 34.15DQ: How could you very quickly make an approximate measurement of the f...
 34.15E: A speck of dirt is embedded 3.50 cm below the surface of a sheet of...
 34.16DQ: The focal length of a simple lens depends on the color (wavelength)...
 34.16E: A tank whose bottom is a mirror is filled with water to a depth of ...
 34.17DQ: When a converging lens is immersed in water, does its focal length ...
 34.17E: A person swimming 0.80 m below the surface of the water in a swimmi...
 34.18DQ: A spherical air bubble in water can function as a lens. Is it a con...
 34.18E: A person is lying on a diving board 3.00 m above the surface of the...
 34.19DQ: Can an image formed by one reflecting or refracting surface serve a...
 34.19E: A Spherical Fish Bowl. A small tropical fish is at the center of a ...
 34.20DQ: If a piece of photographic film is placed at the location of a real...
 34.20E: The left end of a long glass rod 6.00 cm in diameter has a convex h...
 34.21DQ: According to the discussion in Section 34.2, light rays are reversi...
 34.21E: The glass rod of Exercise 34.22 is immersed in oil (n = 1.45). An o...
 34.22DQ: You’ve entered a survival contest that will include building a crud...
 34.22E: The left end of a long glass rod 8.00 cm in diameter, with an index...
 34.23DQ: BIO You can’t see clearly underwater with the naked eye, but you ca...
 34.23E: Repeat Exercise 34.24 for the case in which the end of the rod is g...
 34.24DQ: You take a lens and mask it so that light can pass through only the...
 34.24E: The glass rod of Exercise 34.25 is immersed in a liquid. An object ...
 34.25E: An insect 3.75 mm tall is placed 22.5 cm to the left of a thin plan...
 34.26E: A lens forms an image of an object. The object is 16.0 cm from the ...
 34.27E: Aconverging meniscus lens (see Fig. 34.32a) with a refractive index...
 34.28E: A converging lens with a focal length of 90.0 cm forms an image of ...
 34.29E: A converging lens forms an image of an 8.00mmtall real object. Th...
 34.30E: A photographic slide is to the left of a lens. The lens projects an...
 34.31E: A doubleconvex thin lens has surfaces with equal radii of curvatur...
 34.32E: BIO The Lens of the Eye. The crystalline lens of the human eye is a...
 34.33E: BIO The Cornea As a Simple Lens. The cornea behaves as a thin lens ...
 34.34E: A converging lens with a focal length of 7.00 cm forms an image of ...
 34.35E: For each thin lens shown in Fig. E34.37, calculate the location of ...
 34.36E: A converging lens with a focal length of 12.0 cm forms a virtual im...
 34.37E: Repeat Exercise 34.38 for the case in which the lens is diverging, ...
 34.38E: An object is 16.0 cm to the left of a lens. The lens forms an image...
 34.39E: Combination of Lenses I. A 1.20cmtall object is 50.0 cm to the le...
 34.40E: Combination of Lenses II. Repeat Exercise 34.41 using the same lens...
 34.41E: Combination of Lenses III. Two thin lenses with a focal length of m...
 34.42E: You wish to project the image of a slide on a screen 9.00 m from th...
 34.43E: A camera lens has a focal length of 200 mm. How far from the lens s...
 34.44E: When a camera is focused, the lens is moved away from or toward the...
 34.45E: Figure 34.41 shows photographs of the same scene taken with the sam...
 34.46E: A photographer takes a photograph of a Boeing 747 airliner (length ...
 34.47E: Choosing a Camera Lens. The picture size on ordinary 35mm camera f...
 34.48E: Zoom Lens. Consider the simple model of the zoom lens shown in Fig....
 34.49E: A camera lens has a focal length of 180.0 mm and an aperture diamet...
 34.50E: Recall that the intensity of light reaching film in a camera is pro...
 34.51E: Photography. A 35mm camera has a standard lens with local length 5...
 34.52E: BIO Curvature of the Cornea. In a simplified model of the human eye...
 34.53E: BIO (a) Where is the near point of an eye for which a contact lens ...
 34.54E: BIO Contact Lenses. Contact lenses are placed right on the eyeball,...
 34.55E: BIO Ordinary Glasses. Ordinary glasses are worn in front of the eye...
 34.56E: BIO A person can see clearly up close but cannot focus on objects b...
 34.57E: BIO If the person in Exercise 34.54 chooses ordinary glasses over c...
 34.58E: A thin lens with a focal length of 6.00 cm is used as a simple magn...
 34.59E: The focal length of a simple magnifier is 8.00 cm. Assume the magni...
 34.60E: You want to view an insect 2.00 mm in length through a magnifier. I...
 34.61E: A certain microscope is provided with objectives that have focal le...
 34.62E: Resolution of a Microscope. The image formed by a microscope object...
 34.63E: The focal length of the eyepiece of a certain microscope is 18.0 mm...
 34.64E: The eyepiece of a refracting telescope (see Fig. 34.53) has a focal...
 34.65E: A telescope is constructed from two lenses with focal lengths of 95...
 34.66E: Saturn is viewed through the Lick Observatory refracting telescope ...
 34.67E: A reflecting telescope (Fig. E34.63) is to be made by using a spher...
 34.68P: Where must you place an object in front of a concave mirror with ra...
 34.69P: If you run away from a plane mirror at 3.60 m/s, at what speed does...
 34.70P: An object is placed between two plane mirrors arranged at right ang...
 34.71P: What is the size of the smallest vertical plane mirror in which a w...
 34.72P: A light bulb is 3.00 m from a wall. You are to use a concave mirror...
 34.73P: A concave mirror is to form an image of the filament of a headlight...
 34.74P: RearView Mirror. A mirror on the passenger side of your car is con...
 34.75P: Suppose the lamp filament shown in Example 34.1 (Section 34.2) is m...
 34.76P: A layer of benzene (n = 1.50) 4.20 cm deep floats on water (n = 1.3...
 34.77P: ?Solution 77PStep 1 Calculate the focal length of the mirror Here, ...
 34.78P: Figure P34.72 shows a small plant near a thin lens. The ray shown i...
 34.79P: Pinhole Camera. A pinhole camera is just a rectangular box with a t...
 34.82P: A Glass Rod. Both ends of a glass rod with index of refraction 1.60...
 34.83P: The rod in shortened to a distance of is 25.0 cm between its vertic...
 34.84P: Figure P34.80 shows an object and its image formed by a thin lens. ...
 34.85P: Figure P34.81 shows an object and its image formed by a thin lens. ...
 34.86P: A transparent rod 30.0 cm long is cut flat at one end and rounded t...
 34.87P: BIO Focus of the Eye. The cornea of the eye has a radius of curvatu...
 34.88P: A transparent rod 50.0 cm long and with a refractive index of 1.60 ...
 34.89P: A glass rod with a refractive index of 1.55 is ground and polished ...
 34.90P: The radii of curvature of the surfaces of a thin converging meniscu...
 34.91P: An object to the left of a lens is imaged by the lens on a screen 3...
 34.92P: An object is placed 18.0 cm from a screen. (a) At what two points b...
 34.93P: A convex mirror and a concave mirror are placed on the same optic a...
 34.94P: As shown in Fig. P34.89, the candle is at the center of curvature o...
 34.95P: One end of a long glass rod is ground to a convex hemispherical sha...
 34.96P: Two Lenses in Contact. (a) Prove that when two thin
 34.97P: Rays from a lens are converging toward a point image P located to t...
 34.98P: A Lens in a Liquid. A lens obeys Snell’s law, bending light rays at...
 34.99P: When a n object is placed at the proper distance to the left of a c...
 34.100P: A convex spherical mirror with a focal length of magnitude 24.0 cm ...
 34.101P: A glass plate 3.50 cm thick, with an index of refraction of 1.55 an...
 34.102P: A symmetric, doubleconvex, thin lens made of glass with index of r...
 34.103P: You have a camera with a 35.0mmfocallength lens and 36.0mmwide...
 34.104P: BIO What Is the Smallest Thing We Can See? The smallest object we c...
 34.105P: Three thin lenses, each with a focal length of 40.0 cm, are aligned...
 34.106P: A camera with a 90mmfocallength lens is focused on an object 1.3...
 34.107P: The derivation of the expression for angular magnification, Eq. (34...
 34.108P: Angular Magnification. In deriving Eq. (34.22) for the angular magn...
 34.109P: BIO In one form of cataract surgery the person’s natural lens, whic...
 34.110P: A Nearsighted Eye. A certain very nearsighted person cannot focus o...
 34.111P: BIO A person with a near point of 85 cm, but excellent distant visi...
 34.112P: The Galilean Telescope. Figure P34.100 is a diagram of a Galilean t...
 34.113P: Focal Length of a Zoom Lens. Figure P34.101 shows a simple version ...
 34.114P: A certain reflecting telescope, constructed as shown in Fig. E34.67...
 34.115P: A microscope with an objective of local length 8.00 mm and an eyepi...
 34.116CP: Spherical aberration is a blurring of the image formed by a spheric...
 34.118CP: An Object at an Angle. A 16.0cmlong pencil is placed at a 45.0o a...
 34.119CP: BIO People with normal vision cannot focus their eyes underwater if...
 34.34.1: A candle 4.85 cm tall is 39.2 cm to the left of a plane mirror. Whe...
 34.34.2: The image of a tree just covers the length of a plane mirror 4.00 c...
 34.34.3: A pencil that is 9.0 cm long is held perpendicular to the surface o...
 34.34.4: A concave mirror has a radius of curvature of 34.0 cm. (a) What is ...
 34.34.5: An object 0.600 cm tall is placed 16.5 cm to the left of the vertex...
 34.34.6: Repeat Exercise 34.5 for the case in which the mirror is convex
 34.34.7: The diameter of Mars is 6794 km, and its minimum distance from the ...
 34.34.8: An object is 24.0 cm from the center of a silvered spherical glass ...
 34.34.9: A coin is placed next to the convex side of a thin spherical glass ...
 34.34.10: You hold a spherical salad bowl 90 cm in front of your face with th...
 34.34.11: (a) Show that Eq. (34.6) can be written as and hence the lateral ma...
 34.34.12: The thin glass shell shown in Fig. E34.12 has a spherical shape wit...
 34.34.13: Dental Mirror. A dentist uses a curved mirror to view teeth on the ...
 34.34.14: A spherical, concave shaving mirror has a radius of curvature of 32...
 34.34.15: A speck of dirt is embedded 3.50 cm below the surface of a sheet of...
 34.34.16: A tank whose bottom is a mirror is filled with water to a depth of ...
 34.34.17: A person swimming 0.80 m below the surface of the water in a swimmi...
 34.34.18: A person is lying on a diving board 3.00 m above the surface of the...
 34.34.19: A Spherical Fish Bowl. A small tropical fish is at the center of a ...
 34.34.20: The left end of a long glass rod 6.00 cm in diameter has a convex h...
 34.34.21: The glass rod of Exercise 34.20 is immersed in oil An object placed...
 34.34.22: The left end of a long glass rod 8.00 cm in diameter, with an index...
 34.34.23: Repeat Exercise 34.22 for the case in which the end of the rod is g...
 34.34.24: The glass rod of Exercise 34.23 is immersed in a liquid. An object ...
 34.34.25: An insect 3.75 mm tall is placed 22.5 cm to the left of a thin plan...
 34.34.26: A lens forms an image of an object. The object is 16.0 cm from the ...
 34.34.27: A converging meniscus lens (see Fig. 34.32a) with a refractive inde...
 34.34.28: A converging lens with a focal length of 90.0 cm forms an image of ...
 34.34.29: A converging lens forms an image of an 8.00mmtall real object. Th...
 34.34.30: A photographic slide is to the left of a lens. The lens projects an...
 34.34.31: A doubleconvex thin lens has surfaces with equal radii of curvatur...
 34.34.32: BIO The Lens of the Eye. The crystalline lens of the human eye is a...
 34.34.33: BIO The Cornea As a Simple Lens. The cornea behaves as a thin lens ...
 34.34.34: A converging lens with a focal length of 7.00 cm forms an image of ...
 34.34.35: For each thin lens shown in Fig. E34.35, calculate the location of ...
 34.34.36: A converging lens with a focal length of 12.0 cm forms a virtual im...
 34.34.37: Repeat Exercise 34.36 for the case in which the lens is diverging, ...
 34.34.38: An object is 16.0 cm to the left of a lens. The lens forms an image...
 34.34.39: Combination of Lenses I. A 1.20cmtall object is 50.0 cm to the le...
 34.34.40: Combination of Lenses II. Repeat 34.39 using the same lenses except...
 34.34.41: Combination of Lenses III. Two thin lenses with a focal length of m...
 34.34.42: You wish to project the image of a slide on a screen 9.00 m from th...
 34.34.43: A camera lens has a focal length of 200 mm. How far from the lens s...
 34.34.44: When a camera is focused, the lens is moved away from or toward the...
 34.34.45: Figure 34.41 shows photographs of the same scene taken with the sam...
 34.34.46: A photographer takes a photograph of a Boeing 747 airliner (length ...
 34.34.47: Choosing a Camera Lens. The picture size on ordinary 35mm camera f...
 34.34.48: Zoom Lens. Consider the simple model of the zoom lens shown in Fig....
 34.34.49: A camera lens has a focal length of 180.0 mm and an aperture diamet...
 34.34.50: Recall that the intensity of light reaching film in a camera is pro...
 34.34.51: Photography. A 35mm camera has a standard lens with focal length 5...
 34.34.52: Curvature of the Cornea. In a simplified model of the human eye, th...
 34.34.53: (a) Where is the near point of an eye for which a contact lens with...
 34.34.54: Contact Lenses. Contact lenses are placed right on the eyeball, so ...
 34.34.55: Ordinary Glasses. Ordinary glasses are worn in front of the eye and...
 34.34.56: A person can see clearly up close but cannot focus on objects beyon...
 34.34.57: If the person in 34.56 chooses ordinary glasses over contact lenses...
 34.34.58: A thin lens with a focal length of 6.00 cm is used as a simple magn...
 34.34.59: The focal length of a simple magnifier is 8.00 cm. Assume the magni...
 34.34.60: You want to view an insect 2.00 mm in length through a magnifier. I...
 34.34.61: A certain microscope is provided with objectives that have focal le...
 34.34.62: Resolution of a Microscope. The image formed by a microscope object...
 34.34.63: The focal length of the eyepiece of a certain microscope is 18.0 mm...
 34.34.64: The eyepiece of a refracting telescope (see Fig. 34.53) has a focal...
 34.34.65: A telescope is constructed from two lenses with focal lengths of 95...
 34.34.66: Saturn is viewed through the Lick Observatory refracting telescope ...
 34.34.67: A reflecting telescope (Fig. E34.67) is to be made by using a spher...
 34.34.68: Where must you place an object in front of a concave mirror with ra...
 34.34.69: If you run away from a plane mirror at at what speed does your imag...
 34.34.70: An object is placed between two plane mirrors arranged at right ang...
 34.34.71: What is the size of the smallest vertical plane mirror in which a w...
 34.34.72: A light bulb is 3.00 m from a wall. You are to use a concave mirror...
 34.34.73: A concave mirror is to form an image of the filament of a headlight...
 34.34.74: RearView Mirror. A mirror on the passenger side of your car is con...
 34.34.75: Suppose the lamp filament shown in Example 34.1 (Section 34.2) is m...
 34.34.76: A layer of benzene 4.20 cm deep floats on water that is 6.50 cm dee...
 34.34.77: CP CALC You are in your car driving on a highway at when you glance...
 34.34.78: Figure P34.78 shows a small plant near a thin lens. The ray shown i...
 34.34.79: Pinhole Camera. A pinhole camera is just a rectangular box with a t...
 34.34.80: A microscope is focused on the upper surface of a glass plate. A se...
 34.34.81: What should be the index of refraction of a transparent sphere in o...
 34.34.82: A Glass Rod. Both ends of a glass rod with index of refraction 1.60...
 34.34.83: The rod in 34.82 is shortened to a distance of 25.0 cm between its ...
 34.34.84: Figure P34.84 shows an object and its image formed by a thin lens. ...
 34.34.85: Figure P34.85 shows an object and its image formed by a thin lens. ...
 34.34.86: A transparent rod 30.0 cm long is cut flat at one end and rounded t...
 34.34.87: Focus of the Eye. The cornea of the eye has a radius of curvature o...
 34.34.88: A transparent rod 50.0 cm long and with a refractive index of 1.60 ...
 34.34.89: A glass rod with a refractive index of 1.55 is ground and polished ...
 34.34.90: The radii of curvature of the surfaces of a thin converging meniscu...
 34.34.91: An object to the left of a lens is imaged by the lens on a screen 3...
 34.34.92: An object is placed 18.0 cm from a screen. (a) At what two points b...
 34.34.93: A convex mirror and a concave mirror are placed on the same optic a...
 34.34.94: As shown in Fig. P34.94 the candle is at the center of curvature of...
 34.34.95: One end of a long glass rod is ground to a convex hemispherical sha...
 34.34.96: Two Lenses in Contact. (a) Prove that when two thin lenses with foc...
 34.34.97: Rays from a lens are converging toward a point image located to the...
 34.34.98: A Lens in a Liquid. A lens obeys Snells law, bending light rays at ...
 34.34.99: When an object is placed at the proper distance to the left of a co...
 34.34.100: A convex spherical mirror with a focal length of magnitude 24.0 cm ...
 34.34.101: A glass plate 3.50 cm thick, with an index of refraction of 1.55 an...
 34.34.102: A symmetric, doubleconvex, thin lens made of glass with index of r...
 34.34.103: You have a camera with a 35.0mmfocallength lens and 36.0mmwide...
 34.34.104: What Is the Smallest Thing We Can See? The smallest object we can r...
 34.34.105: Three thin lenses, each with a focal length of 40.0 cm, are aligned...
 34.34.106: A camera with a 90mmfocallength lens is focused on an object 1.3...
 34.34.107: The derivation of the expression for angular magnification, Eq. (34...
 34.34.108: Angular Magnification. In deriving Eq. (34.22) for the angular magn...
 34.34.109: BIO In one form of cataract surgery the persons natural lens, which...
 34.34.110: BIO A Nearsighted Eye. A certain very nearsighted person cannot foc...
 34.34.111: A person with a near point of 85 cm, but excellent distant vision, ...
 34.34.112: The Galilean Telescope. Figure P34.112 is a diagram of a Galilean t...
 34.34.113: Focal Length of a Zoom Lens. Figure P34.113 shows a simple version ...
 34.34.114: A certain reflecting telescope, constructed as shown in Fig. E34.67...
 34.34.115: A microscope with an objective of focal length 8.00 mm and an eyepi...
 34.34.116: Spherical aberration is a blurring of the image formed by a spheric...
 34.34.117: CALC (a) For a lens with focal length find the smallest distance po...
 34.34.118: An Object at an Angle. A 16.0cmlong pencil is placed at a angle, ...
 34.34.119: BIO People with normal vision cannot focus their eyes underwater if...
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