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Lab 2 Lenses and Geometric Optics 2 12 14 Physics 132 In lab Data Part 2 1 Snell s Law First laser 1 30 2 30 3 23 1 00029 sin30 n2 sin23 n2 1 28 actual 1 33 second laser 1 40 2 40 3 35 1 00029 sin40 n2 sin35 n2 1 12 Part 2 3 Focal Length F 10 5 cm Real images First image recording S 13 cm S1 37 cm h 3 9 cm h1 9 2 cm 1 s 1 s1 1 f 1 13 1 37 1 f f 9 62 s1 s h1 h 37 13 9 2 3 9 2 84 2 35 second image S 15 cm S1 31 cm h 3 9 cm h1 8 3 cm 1 s 1 s1 1 f 1 15 1 31 1 f f 10 1 s1 s h1 h 31 15 8 3 3 9 2 0667 2 128 third image S 19 cm S1 21 5 cm h 3 9 cm h1 4 5 cm 1 s 1 s1 1 f 1 19 1 21 5 1 f f 10 1 s1 s h1 h 21 5 19 4 5 3 9 1 13 1 15 Image Location by Parallax S1 25 cm S 16 5 1 16 5 1 25 1 f f 9 93 Virtual Image The image is larger and it is inverted not upright 2 4 Diverging concave lens The image is upright and it is a lot smaller Lens combinations S 28 S1 40 1 28 1 40 1 f f combined 16 47 1 16 47 1 9 94 1 fd fd 25 07 The result is negative and greater This makes sense because it a longer focal length takes longer to focus



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