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# Magnification and Distance

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Please see the attached file. SOD is source to object distance and SID is source to image distance.

1. With reference to Fig. 1(a) show that the magnification of an object is given by M = SID/SOD
b. With reference to Fig. 1(b) show that the size of the penumbra (blur) f is given by f = Fx (M-1)

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Solutions:

Two triangles
- have same shape
- three angles of one are equal to the three
angles of the other
- this is a similar triangles, it means different sizes
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#### Solution Summary

This solutions shows step-by-step calculations to determine the magnification of an object and the size of the penumbra.

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