Problem: An object is 16.0cm to the left of a lens. The lens forms an image 36.0cm to the right of the lens.Part AWhat is the focal length of the lens?Part BIs the lens converging or diverging?Part CIf the object is 8.00mm tall, how tall is the image?Part DIs it erect or inverted?

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An object is 16.0cm to the left of a lens. The lens forms an image 36.0cm to the right of the lens.

Part A

What is the focal length of the lens?

Part B

Is the lens converging or diverging?

Part C

If the object is 8.00mm tall, how tall is the image?

Part D

Is it erect or inverted?

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