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Two converging lenses, A and B,with focal length F1=20cm and F2=25cm,are placed 80cm apart. An object is placed F0cm in front of the first lens. 1)Determine the position of the final image formed by the magnification of the two lenses.
2)Determine the magnification of the final image formed by the combination of the two lenses

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