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1 April, 10:06

How does a concave lens differ from a convex lens? A) A convex lens is another way to describe a plane mirror; a concave lens is curved. B) A concave lens us curved inward on both sides; a convex lens is curved on only one side. C) A convex lens has a thick center and thin edges; a concave lens has a thin center and thicker edges. D) A convex lens has a thin center and thick edges; a concave lens has a thick center and thiner edges.

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  1. 1 April, 10:53
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    c. A convex lens has a thick center and thin edges; a concave lens has a thin center and thicker edges.
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