What Should Be The Value Of Distance d so That Final Image Is Formed On The Object Itself. (Focal Lengths Of The Lenses Are Written On The Lenses).                                                    

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Question

What should be the value of distance d so that final image is formed on the object itself. (Focal lengths of the lenses are written on the lenses). 

                                                  

Solution

Correct option is

10 cm

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