Words Of Foreign Origin
Images Formed By Lens
The rays diverge away from each other. Thus, a concave lens is also called a
When light rays pass through a convex lens, they bend
and converge at a common point to form an image of the source of light.
Rays from the sun converge to form its image as a bright spot. A convex lens converges light rays. Therefore, it is also called a
Virtual images cannot be caught on a screen. Images that are caught on a screen are called
When the object is placed at a distance from a convex lens, the image formed is real, inverted and diminished.
A ____ is used to read very small print in a book.
Which of the following statements is wrong while using a convex lens?
The lens is thicker at the middle and thinner at the edges.
The rays incident on the lens are diverged.
The image formed can be both real and virtual.
The rays converge at a common point.
___ are used in applications like spectacles, magnifying glasses, peepholes, cameras, bio scopes, binoculars, microscopes and projectors.
Which of the following is not applicable for a concave lens when light rays from the sun pass through it?
The rays bend inward while passing through the lens.
No image is formed on the screen.
Virtual and diminished images is formed.
The rays do not focus on a single point.
It is good practice, to look at the sun or a bright light source through a lens .
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