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The image formed by a lens is always virtual, erect and smaller in size for an object kept at different positions in front of it. Identify the nature of the lens.
If the image formed by a lens is always smaller, virtual, and erect, then the nature of the lens is concave.
Diverging Lens or Concave Lens
The image formed by a concave lens is always virtual, erect, and diminished.
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