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    Hey i am not sure what they mean in question (a) for this problem....and consequently i don't know how to do it

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    oh, for part (b) i get

    

M = - \frac{LN}{f_of_e}
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    ?i am not even sure which angle they are talking about on the diagram.
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    lol, anyone?
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    anyone at all :P
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    dammit i wish i knew which damn angle they were talking about!! (i think its the one between the leftmost parrallel line from the virtual image and the axis line????¿¿¿¿¿??????)
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    The angle at the eye...it's just a compound lens. Look at the rays near the eye - it's that angle.
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    could you be more sepcific please?
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    nevermind, i think i got it!

    thanks for the help though Lauren!
 
 
 
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