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Chapter 35: Optical Instruments

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Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
Pages: 995 - 1021

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  1. Suppose a camera’s exposure is correct when the lens has a focal length of 8.0 mm. Will the picture be overexposed, underexposed, or still correct if the focal length is “zoomed” to 16.0 mm without changing the diameter of the lens aperture? Explain

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  2. Two converging lenses with focal lengths of 40cmand 20cmare 10cmapart. A 2.0cmtall object is 15cmin front of the40cmfoc

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  3. Two converging lenses with focal lengths of 40 cm and 20 cm are 10 cm apart. A 2.0-cm-tall object is 15 cm in front of the 40-cm-focal-length lens. a). Use ray tracing to find the position and height of the image. Do this accurately using a ruler or paper with a grid, then make measurements on your diagram.

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  4. Suppose you wanted special glasses designed to let you see underwater without a face mask. Should the glasses use a converging or diverging lens? Explain.

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  5. A camera takes a properly exposed photo with a 3mmdiameter aperture and a shutter speed of 1/125s.. What is the appropriate aperture diameter for a 1/1500sshutter

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  6. Ellen wears eyeglasses with the prescription-1.0D.

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  7. What is the f-number of a relaxed eye with the pupil fully dilated to 8.0mm? model the eye as a single lens 2.4 cm in front of the retina

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  8. what is the f-numberof a relaxed eye with the pupil fully dilated to localid="1648735653936" 8.0mm? model the eye as a single lens localid="1648735646217" 2.4cmin front of the retin

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  9. A magnifier has a magnification of 5x. How far from the lens should an object be held so that its image is seen at the near-point distance of 25cm? Assume that your is immediately behind the lens.

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  10. A microscope has a 20cmtube length. What focal-length objective will give total magnification localid="1649845070556" 500×when used with an eyepiece having a focal length 5.0cm

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