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This physics tutorial shows you how to use the thin lens equation / formula to calculate variables such as the image height and image distance in addition to the lateral magnification as well. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems for you to work on.

Here is a list of topics:

1. Converging and Diverging Lens - Sign of Focal Length

2. Convex vs Concave Lens - Shape and Size at the Center

3. Thin Lens Equation

4. Focal Length, Object Distance, & Image Distance

5. Real vs Virtual Images Explained

6. How to Tell if an Image is Upright or Inverted, Reduced or Enlarged, Real or Virtual

7. Lateral Magnification Formula and Image Height

8. Sign Convention - di, do, f, hi, ho, and m

9. Negative Image Distance - Forms to the Left of the Lens - Virtual Image

10. Positive di Value - Forms to the right of the lens - Real Image

11. Ray diagram for Converging and Diverging Lens

12. Ray Diagram - Concave Lens - Virtual Image

13. Convex Lens - Ray Diagram - Real or Virtual Image

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