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Problem: Draw a light ray diagram for an object in front of the eye. Your diagram should have three rays (center of lens and both focal points) coming from the top of the object. Assume the object is in focus. (see figure 2)

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The ray through the center of the lens passes unrefracted. 

The ray through f is refracted parallel to the principal axis.

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Draw a light ray diagram for an object in front of the eye. Your diagram should have three rays (center of lens and both focal points) coming from the top of the object. Assume the object is in focus. (see figure 2)

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