Problem: Part A Which are the components of a typical refracting telescope? 1. convex object and eyepiece 2. concave object and convex eyepiece 3. covex object and concave eyepiecePart B Which of the following best describes the object being viewed by the telescope? 1. object slightly outside focal length of objective 2. object slightly inside focal length of objective 3. objective essentially infinitely far away Part C The location of the object to be viewed far away results in what sort of image? 1. image outside focal length of objective 2. image inside focal length of objective 3. image at focal point of the objective

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Part A

Refractive telescope is made of lenses. 

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Part A 

Which are the components of a typical refracting telescope? 

1. convex object and eyepiece 

2. concave object and convex eyepiece 

3. covex object and concave eyepiece


Part B 

Which of the following best describes the object being viewed by the telescope? 

1. object slightly outside focal length of objective 

2. object slightly inside focal length of objective 

3. objective essentially infinitely far away 


Part C 

The location of the object to be viewed far away results in what sort of image? 

1. image outside focal length of objective 

2. image inside focal length of objective 

3. image at focal point of the objective

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