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according to the laws of refraction, When a beam of light rays parallel to one another and also to the principal axis of the concave lens fall on the lens, the incident rays pass through the lens, gets refracted and when these diverging rays are produced backwards they appear to meet at a point F (focus) on the left side of the lens.


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