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# If incident rays are converging, then in which region does the image appear?ABCD

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#### If the rays are converging, the must meet to the right of the lens, Hence, 0<u<∞Reciprocating the terms,0<1u<∞Adding 1f to the inequality,1f<1u+1f<∞We know that 1v−1u=1fHence, 1u+1f=1vThe inequality becomes,1f<1v<∞Reciprocating the terms, 0<v<fHence image lies in region C.

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