Worksheet
Diverging Lens Vocabulary
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Research the
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on diverging lenses for these answers. Many of them can be discovered by watching the outcome of each ray animation. This worksheet does not present "correct answers," it is a single submission. It will be graded out of 12 - allowing you two "free errors or omissions or extra credit."
1. A ____ lens (shape) is thinner in the center than on the edges.
2. When used individually, a ____ lens always forms virtual images.
3. When formed by a single lens, a ____ image is always inverted.
4. When formed by a single lens, a ____ image is always upright.
5. Virtual images formed by diverging lenses are ____ compared to the object.
enlarged in size
the same size
reduced in size
6. While virtual images formed by converging lenses are ____ compared to the object.
enlarged in size
the same size
reduced in size
7. A ____ image is said to be "trapped" in the lens.
8. When used in air, which set of terms are synonymous?
convex, diverging
concave, diverging
9. After passing through a diverging lens, rays of light traveling parallel to a lens' axis are refraction to the lens' ____.
principal focus of the lens
center of the lens
secondary focus of the lens
10. A ray that starts from the top of an object aiming for the ____ would leave a diverging lens running parallel to its axis.
principal focus of the lens
center of the lens
secondary focus of the lens
11. A ray that starts from the top of an object and passes through the ____ would leave a diverging lens totally straight.
principal focus of the lens
center of the lens
secondary focus of the lens
12. For a diverging lens, its ____ is located on the same side of the lens as the object.
principal focus
center
secondary focus
13. Virtual images are formed by ____ rays of light that have passed through a lens.
converging
parallel
diverging
14. ____ images are located on the same side of the lens as the object - that is, by looking in one direction, the observer can see both the image and the object.
Real
Virtual
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