| Wallace Clement Sabine - Physical measurements - 1893 - 126 pages
...values in the above equation. 40. MAGNIFYING POWER OF A CONVEX LENS. The magnifying power of a lens is **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object.** Place the two scales, mounted as in the last experiment, at opposite ends of the meter rod, and between... | |
| Wallace Clement Sabine - 1893
...nearer the scale that was more distant from the observer, and note the magnifying power of the lens — **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the** scale immediately below it. Move the lens three centimeters at a time toward the observer, the more... | |
| Sir Richard Tetley Glazebrook - Heat - 1894 - 207 pages
...called the magnifying of the mirror. We may put this more briefly by saying that the magnifying power is **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object,** but in this statement it must be remembered that size refers to linear dimensions, not to area. 58.... | |
| Sir Richard Glazebrook - Light - 1894 - 213 pages
...scale, backed by a piece of ground glass or white paper, forms a convenient screen, for by means of it **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object** can be found immediately. It is only necessary to count the number of divisions on the screen which... | |
| Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1894 - 434 pages
...scale, backed by a piece of ground glass or white paper, forms a convenient screen, for by means of it **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object** can be found immediately. It is only necessary to count the number of divisions on the screen which... | |
| Charles Hanford Henderson, John Francis Woodhull - Physics - 1900 - 388 pages
...be enlarged to the size of m' n', which may be measured and perhaps found to be half as large again. **The ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object is** expressed thus : m' n' — 15 mm. — mn ~ 10 mm. ~ 309. Different Kinds of Lenses and the Way they... | |
| Henry Crew, Robert Richardson Tatnall - Physics - 1902 - 234 pages
...provided you allow your eyes to remain in their natural, state of repose and avoid straining them. **The ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object is** called the magnifying power of the telescope. Make several determinations of the magnifying power,... | |
| Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1902 - 213 pages
...scale, backed by a piece of ground glass or white paper, forms a convenient screen, for by means of it **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object** can bo 104 LIGHT. found immediately. It is only necessary to count the number of divisions on the screen... | |
| Newton Henry Black - Physics - 1913 - 487 pages
...virtual image is formed about 10 inches away (Fig. 435). The magnifying power of a simple microscope is **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object.** This is equal to the distance of the image divided by the distance of the object, that is, 10/Z>0,... | |
| Newton Henry Black - 1913
...virtual image is formed about 10 inches away (Fig. 435). The magnifying power of a simple microscope is **the ratio of the size of the image to the size of the object.** This is equal to the distance of the image divided by the distance of the object, that is, 10/Z>0,... | |
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