Summary of the Presentation:
Diagrams and equations
A summary of thin lens (TL) diagram.
Click on the diagram to open in its own window that includes a reference table that defines the variables.
1) 1/f = 1/b + 1/g
2) m= B/G = b/g (m = magnification) If m < 1, then the image is actually reduced.
Determining the controlling dimension
Width to height ratios are equal for both the scene and image: (WS / HS) = (WC / HC), then G = either WS or HS
Width is the controlling dimension: (WS / HS) >(WC / HC), then G = WS
Height is the controlling dimension: (WS / HS) < (WC / HC), then G = HS
B will always equal the corresponding variable for the image: WC or HC
Formative evaluation - lesson presentation
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Now you are ready to solve some practice problems.