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This following applet is object in front of concave/convex lens
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project object in front of concave/convex lens

The circle represent the object.
You can drag any point in the circle to change it's shape.

You can change the focus length f with slider or drag focus point direcly.
This applet assume very thin lens.

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