# Newton's lens formula

## Newton's lens formula

[¦nüt·ənz ′lenz ‚fȯr·myə·lə] (optics)

A formula which states that the product of the distances of two conjugate points from the respective principal foci of a lens or mirror is equal to the square of the focal length.

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