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Double Convex Lenses

Convex lenses refract parallel light waves, causing them to intersect one another.

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Images in Double Convex Lenses

Describes the characteristics of a convex lens' image characteristics depending on the placement of the object outside 2F, between 2F and F, and inside F.
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Contact Lens

Learn about how light rays from distant objects are focused by the lens in your eye and also by contact lenses.
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Magnifying Glass

Learn about the type, size, location, and orientation of the image that forms when a thin lens is used to view an object.
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Double Convex Lens

Double Convex Lenses Interactive
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Physics with MicroStation Convex Lens Ray Diagram

by Kyle Bardman //basic
Here is a video to help you better understand how images are formed with double convex lenses. Courtesy of: UjjwalRane
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Images in Double Convex Lenses Quiz

Reviews the definitions of lens and convex lens and calculations involving the magnification equation.
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Lens. Camera. Action!

How to make your own projector using convex lenses.
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Images in Double Convex Lenses and Double Concave Lenses

by Lizzie Chun //basic
A study guide for images in double convex and concave lenses.
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Images in Double Convex Lenses

by Kyle Bardman //basic