AQA Physics Unit 3 Module 1 The eye

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1. What shape is a diverging (concave) lens?

  • Thinner in the centre, thicker on the outside
  • Thinker in the centre, thinner on the outside
  • Curved but the same thickness
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2. For an image to be real and inverted on a converging lens where does the object have to be?

  • Furthur away from the lens than the principal focus
  • Closer to the lens than the focal length
  • Furthur away than twice the focal length

3. What type of lens helps someone that is short sighted?

  • Biconvex lens
  • Concave lens
  • Convex lens

4. What is the cornea?

  • the light sensitive cells around the inside of the cells
  • A transparent layer that protects the eye and helps to focus light onto the retina
  • Changes shape to focus light onto the retina

5. On a convex lens if the image is closer to the lens than the principal focus what is the image?

  • Real, inverted and diminished
  • Virtual, upright and magnified
  • Virtual, upright and diminished


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This is for students studying GCSE Physics (4603)

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