An object (bold arrow) is located at a distance of 3 *f* / 2 (i.e. at x = 3 *f* / 2) in front of a diverging lens as shown in the figure. Note that *f* is positive, so the focal length of this lens is - *f*.

What is the location x _{i} of the image?

a) x _{i} = -3*f* / 5

b) x _{i} = 3*f* / 2

c) x _{i } = 3*f* / 2

d) x _{i} = *f* / 2

e) x _{i} = *f* / 5

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