One end of a long glass rod (n = 1.50) is formed into a convex surface with a radius of curvature of magnitude 6.60 cm. An object is located in air along the axis of the rod.

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One end of a long glass rod (n = 1.50) is formed into a convex surface with a radius of curvature of magnitude 6.60 cm. An object is located in air along the axis of the rod.

(a) Find the image position corresponding to object distance of 25.5 cm from the convex end of the rod.
cm

(b) Find the image position corresponding to object distance of 11.0 cm from the convex end of the rod.
cm

(c) Find the image position corresponding to object distance of 3.3 cm from the convex end of the rod.
cm

 

asked Apr 22, 2012 in Physics by swhite5 (68 points)
    

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