Step to Find the position and nature of the image formed
Given object size h = 5 cm
Object distance from lens u = − 30 cm
Focal length f = 20 cm (as per sign conventions)
We must determine the nature of the produced image and the image distance v.
Let hi be the height of the image.
Using the lens formula:
1/f = 1/v - 1/u
Putting the values we have,
1/20 = 1/v - 1/-30
1/20 - 1/30 = 1/v
1/v = (3 - 2)/ 60
v = 60 cm
We know, magnification, M = hi/h = v/u = hi/5 = 60/-30
hi = - 10 cm
According to sign norms, the image is actual and inverted because it forms near the right side of the lens and has a height of around 10 cm.
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