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#### Rajendra Pd

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Rajendra Pd Asks:

We know a/c to Gullstrand's equation that the effective focal length of two lenses separated by a distance $d$ is given as $$\frac{1}{f_{eq}}=\frac{1}{f_1}+\frac{1}{f_2}-\frac{d}{f_1f_2},$$ but the equation doesn't clarify on the position of the lens having this effective focal length, how do i calculate that?

*Location of lens having effective focal length*We know a/c to Gullstrand's equation that the effective focal length of two lenses separated by a distance $d$ is given as $$\frac{1}{f_{eq}}=\frac{1}{f_1}+\frac{1}{f_2}-\frac{d}{f_1f_2},$$ but the equation doesn't clarify on the position of the lens having this effective focal length, how do i calculate that?

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