Equivalent focal length



noun
1.
(optics) the ratio of the size of an image of a small distant object near the optical axis to the angular distance of the object in radians

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  • Equivoque

    [ek-wuh-vohk, ee-kwuh-] /ˈɛk wəˌvoʊk, ˈi kwə-/ noun 1. an equivocal term; an ambiguous expression. 2. a play on words; pun. 3. double meaning; ambiguity. /ˈɛkwɪˌvəʊk/ noun 1. a play on words; pun 2. an ambiguous phrase or expression 3. double meaning; ambiguity



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