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# A real image is formed by a convex lens. If we put a concave lens in contact with it, the combination again forms a real image. the new imageis closer to the lens systemis farther form the lens systemis at the original positionmay be anywhere depending on the focal length of the concave lens.

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may be anywhere depending on the focal length of the concave lens.
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is farther form the lens system
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is at the original position
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is closer to the lens system
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#### When we bring in contact a concave lens the effective focal length of the combination decreases.1v−1u=1f⇒1v=1u+1faccording to above relation as f reduces, v increases.

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