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Problem: What condition is required for a single magnifying glass to magnify an object?A. object can be anywhere on the other side of the lensB. object must be farther away than the focal length of the lensC. object must be closer than the focal length of the lensD. object must be at the focal length of the lensE. depends only on the lens and not the location of the object

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A magnifying lens forms a virtual image which is upright and larger than the object when the object is located

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What condition is required for a single magnifying glass to magnify an object?

A. object can be anywhere on the other side of the lens

B. object must be farther away than the focal length of the lens

C. object must be closer than the focal length of the lens

D. object must be at the focal length of the lens

E. depends only on the lens and not the location of the object

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