What is a convex lens?


Convex lens are lenses that have a minimum of one surface that bends outwards and makes light to move inwards, causing the rays of light to come to a focus. A convex lens is bigger at its centre in comparison to its edges and is applied in correcting long-sightedness.
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Convex lenses are often used for close examination of small objects. Magnifying
1. Set up an object you wish to make an image of. Make sure it is sitting steadily on a solid surface, like a sturdy table. If the object is wobbly or unsteady, it will be difficult
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Convex lens are the most seen type of lens. These are lens which possesses at least one surface that curves outwards. They are commonly used to examine small objects.
A convex lens is the most typically seen lens. The most common use of a convex lens is close examination of small objects, such as stamps and coins.
A convex lens is a lens that has at least one edge that curves outward like the outside of a sphere. An example of a convex lens is a lens used for magnification.
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