Consider a divergent lens with a focal length f. An upright object is placed within the interval f and 2 f to the left of the lens. The corresponding image is
1. real, upright, and the same size.
2. real, upright, and reduced.
3. virtual, upright, and the same size.
4. virtual, upright, and reduced.
5. virtual, inverted, and reduced.
7. virtual, inverted, and enlarged.
8. virtual, upright, and enlarged.
9. virtual, inverted, and the same size.
10. real, upright, and enlarged.
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