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# Ray Optics Test 05 (Class 12, CBSE) Class 12 Notes | EduRev

## Class 12 : Ray Optics Test 05 (Class 12, CBSE) Class 12 Notes | EduRev

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CBSE TEST PAPER-05
CLASS - XII PHYSICS (Ray Optics)
1. Show the variation of u and ? in case of a convex mirror? 
2. Two lenses having focal length f 1 and f 2 are placed coaxially at a distance x from each other.
What is the focal length of the combination?

3. Following data was recorded for values of object distance and corresponding values of
image distance in the experiment on study of real image formation by a convex lens of power
+5 D. one of threes observation is incorrect. Identify and give reason?
S. No.(u)
1 2 3 4 5 6
Object distance ( ) ?
25 30 35 45 50 55
Image distance 97 61 37 35 32 30

4. A bird flying high in the air appears to be higher than in reality. Explain why? 
5. An equi–convex lens of radius of curvature R is cut into two equal parts by a vertical plane,
so it becomes a plano-convex lens. If f  is the focal length of equi–convex lens, then what will
be focal length of the plano –convex lens?

6. A converging lens of focal length 6.25cm is used as a magnifying glass if near point of the
observer is 25cm from the eye and the lens is held close to the eye. Calculate (1) Distance of
object from the lens. (2) Angular magnification and (3) Angular magnification when final
image is formed at infinity.

7. Draw a graph to show that variation of angle of deviation Dm with that of angle of incidence
i for a monochromatic ray of light passing through a glass prism of refracting angle A. hence
deduce the relation?
sin sin
2 2
A m A d
µ
+ ? ?
=
? ?
? ?

8. Four double convex lens with following specification are available.
Lens Focal length Aperture Lens Focal length Aperture
A 100cm 10cm C 10cm 2cm
B 100cm 5cm D 5cm 2cm
(a) Which of the given four lenses should be selected as objective and eyepiece to
construct an astronomical telescope and why? What will be the magnifying power
and length of the tube of this telescope?
(b) An object is seen with the help of a simple microscope, firstly in red light and then is
blue light. Will the magnification be same in both the cases? Why?


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