Saturday, 3 February 2018

Phy101 GDB Solution File 2018

Phy101 Gdb Solution:

  1. A virtual image can only be seen by looking into the optics and can not be projected. As a concrete example, you can project a view of the other side of the room using a convex lens, and can not do so with a concave lens.
  2. Yes. Any camera that's capable of photographing actual objects is also capable of photographing real and virtual images. If you stand in front of a mirror and take a photo, you'll get a photo of the virtual image.
  3. In optics, a virtual image is an image formed when the outgoing rays from a point on an object always diverge. The image appears to be located at the point of apparent divergence. Because the rays never really converge, a virtual imagecannot be projected onto a screen.
  4. Yes it is necessary to project a real image onto a screen to see it.

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