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Problem 35.6: Image location, beam source
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A lens is shown with a source of parallel light rays. You can drag the source and change the orientation of its rays by dragging its hotspots (position is given in meters). Restart.
- If an object were placed at x = 0 m, where would the image of that object be located?
- Would the image be upright or inverted?
Problem authored by Melissa Dancy.