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They say that in Snell's archive they found an optical scheme, which depicted lens, Real object and its real image. The object a

They say that in Snell's archive they found an optical scheme, which depicted lens, Real object and
its real image. The object and the image are of the same size and shape (but longitudinally inverted),
and the longer line of the object lies on the optical axis of the lens. The image and object both are
shown here. The image can be on either left hand side or right hand side of object. Focal length of
the lens = f
optics axis
Obejct
Image
O should be at a distance of 2f from the lens.
The lens should be on the right-hand side of the object
The focal length of the lens is 2a where a is length of one square grid
The lens is converging in nature

They say that in Snell's archive they found an optical scheme, which depicted lens, Real object and its real image. The object and the image are of the same size and shape (but longitudinally inverted), and the longer line of the object lies on the optical axis of the lens. The image and object both are shown here. The image can be on either left hand side or right hand side of object. Focal length of the lens = f optics axis Obejct Image O should be at a distance of 2f from the lens. The lens should be on the right-hand side of the object The focal length of the lens is 2a where a is length of one square grid The lens is converging in nature

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