# Question

A student uses a magnifying glass to examine the details of a microcircuit in the lab. If the lens has a power of 10 D and a virtual image is formed at the student’s near point (25 cm),

(a) How far from the circuit is the lens held, and

(b) What is the angular magnification?

(a) How far from the circuit is the lens held, and

(b) What is the angular magnification?

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