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Correct option is

25 cm, – 5 cm

Opera glasses are nothing but a Galelian telescope. For a Galelian telescope,  Solving, we get:     fe = 5 cm, f0 = 25 cm

In a Galelian telescope, the eye-piece is a concave lens and hence f0 = 25 cm and fe = –5 cm.

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