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Write the formula for a lens connecting image distance (), object distance (u) and the focal length (f). How does the lens formula differ from the mirror formula?
the formula for a lens connecting image distance (), object distance (u) and the focal length (f) is
This is also known as the lens formula.
Mirror formula is
The lens formula has a minus sign (-) between 1/v and 1/u whereas the mirror formula has a plus sign (+) between 1/v and 1/u.
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