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Posted by hunar on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 1:06pm.

the magnification caused by a convex lens is represented by Hi/Ho, where hi is the height of the image and ho is the height of the object. Using that ratio, show that the magnification caused by a convex lens is equal to di/do(ratio of the image distance to the object distance.

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