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dyanabel 08-10-2012
dyanabel - California State University (CA)
The angular magnification produced by a simple magnifier is m = (25cm)/ f. Note that this is proportional to the optical power of a lens, P = 1 /f, where the focal length f is expressed in meters. Thus, if the power of the lens is doubled, the angular magnification will also double.
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dharmaveer 28-01-2013
dharmaveer - Allahabad University
    The simple magnifier achieves angular magnification by permitting the placement of the object closer to the eye than the eye could normally focus.
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