Question #99

This week we will try another three images of Otto. If you have not yet done the first set, click to go to Question 97, the first of the Otto exercises. Shown in the drawing below is the face of Otto, the object for the optics exercises to follow. By clicking your mouse here you may view or print out the array of possible image faces that Otto might create when he positions himself at the appropriate place relative to the optical component under consideration. Again your job is to determine the characteristics of the image and answer questions about it. You may use any available technique, such as ray tracing, calculation, experience, looking it up in a textbook, or even building your own experiment.

You are to determine the following image characteristics:

Other details that you might want to ascertain include:

The three optical elements for this week are: