Problem: In order to form a real image with a converging lens that is twice as large as the object, how far away from the lens should the object be placed? Assume the lens has focal length f. (a) f (b) 3f / 2 (c) 2f (d) 2f / 3 (e) f / 2 (f) None of the above

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In order to form a real image with a converging lens that is twice as large as the object, how far away from the lens should the object be placed? Assume the lens has focal length f.

(a) f

(b) 3f / 2

(c) 2f

(d) 2f / 3

(e) / 2

(f) None of the above

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