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Melissa Ardila
06:08
Thank you!
Marisol Contreras
06:10
Normal, thetai=theta R
Aryana Nabavi
06:16
Bless ur soul
Melissa Ardila
07:10
converge
Corina Badea-Mic
08:11
get smaller
Marisol Contreras
08:22
Could we also go over How to find magnification factor
Aryana Nabavi
09:02
Sorry did you say if speed increases, theta decreases?
Corina Badea-Mic
09:47
angle increases
Marisol Contreras
12:12
thetai=theta R
Marisol Contreras
12:20
Where is it exactly?
Aryana Nabavi
13:12
Sorry what did you say the air bubble acted like?
Cristina Covarrubias
16:09
Did you say there are 2 focus points?
Marisol Contreras
17:00
no where is theta incidence and theta r
Marisol Contreras
17:40
Refracted, not reflected?
Marisol Contreras
18:37
thank you
Yoko Takashima
20:53
through the center?
Marisol Contreras
22:38
Top of object to the focal point on the right
Melissa Ardila
22:39
horizontal and through the second focal point
Cristina Covarrubias
24:27
image
Marisol Contreras
24:54
real
Cristina Covarrubias
26:34
I?
Corina Badea-Mic
26:37
find I
Corina Badea-Mic
27:23
get common denominator
Cristina Covarrubias
27:24
Like denomiator
Melissa Ardila
27:24
common denominator
Rani Shah
28:54
If it were diverging would we switch the formula so that f is negative?
Rani Shah
29:32
ok thanks
Cristina Covarrubias
37:05
Away?
Marisol Contreras
37:08
Goes up
Victoria Nguyen
40:25
The object
Marisol Contreras
43:14
virtual
Aryana Nabavi
43:56
So since one of principle rays isn’t refracted, you backtrace along itself right?
Hannah Quintero
45:21
no
Linh Pham
45:22
no
Linh Pham
46:05
12-4.5
Melissa Ardila
47:12
if the lens distance wasn’t given could you still find o2?
Aryana Nabavi
49:02
Just to clarify, the lens distance was given right
Aryana Nabavi
49:02
?
Melissa Ardila
49:37
thank you
Aryana Nabavi
49:43
And if Di was negative, we’d still plug it in as negative right?
Aryana Nabavi
49:46
to find D?
Aryana Nabavi
50:14
Makes sense thank you!
Aryana Nabavi
51:12
Just a clarifying general question: lens mainly deal with refracted rays whereas spherical mirrors mainly deal with reflected rays?
Marisol Contreras
51:43
Magnification factors?
Maria Gregory
53:17
thank you!
Celine Suratos
53:18
thank you!
Marisol Contreras
53:19
Thank you