What does a simple Magnifying glass consists of?

A simple magnifying glass consists of a convex lens of a small focal length.

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A simple magnifier is a converging lens and produces a magnified virtual image of an object located within the lens’s focal length. Magnifying glasses are typically used at a larger distance from the eye, are larger and typically have a longer focal length of 125 mm or more. The magnification of a loupe is defined as the parent object sizes ratio as observed with and without the glasses.

  • A magnifying glass can also be used as a burning glass
  • The simple magnifier is a convex lens used to produce an enlarged image of an object on the retina.

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