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The applet of COMBINATION OF 2 CONVEX LENS is really superb. But if both the lens are CONCAVE and/or combination of Convex and Concave then what? Depending on your above mentioned applet, my students are now asking for the dynamic applet look of combination of 2 concave lens.

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