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use your brain,that is true but you should've said they all help you see the stars
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Q: What do the words in this group have in common Microscope telescope binoculars and spectacles?
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They function on entirely different principles. it is like asking what advantages does a parabolic sound detector ( a common spy device that looks like, but is not radar oriented) have over a pair of binoculars. one records sound or radio wavelengths, the other visual images. They have totally different applications one has a telescope operator as an observer, visually observing targets but the radio-telescope operator is merely a monitor. the analogy with radar is good as they are a derivative of Radio Direction and Ranging, hence RADAR,


Where are lens are used?

Lens are widely used. The most common example of the usage of lens is the spectacles. The spectacles contain either convex or concave lenses. In some cases it is plane. Convex Lens are widely used in Magnifying glasses, Microscope and Telescopes. Convex lens are used in torch lights. It helps in concentrating the light rays emitted from the bulb to a point, hence increasing the intensity of light at that point.


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Is a microscope a common noun?

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