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How far apart are an object and an image formed by a 62 cm focal-length converging lens if the image is 2.75X larger than the object and is real?

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    Use the lens equation again. You should have memorized it by now.

    Substitute 2.75 do for di and solve for image distance, di.

    Distance from object to image = di + do = 3.75 di.

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