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The only means to create a real image with a single lens would be to place $(a)$ the object inside the focal length of a converging lens. $(b)$ the object inside the focal length of a diverging lens. $(c)$ the object outside the focal length of a converging lens. $(d)$ the object outside the focal length of a diverging lens. $(e)$ Any of the above, given the correct distance from the focal point.

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VerifiedIn this problem, we need to find cases where we can produce the real image with a single lens.

We will observe the cases for both types of lenses, converging and diverging. First, we will write the case for the diverging lens, and that will eliminate a few answers. Then, we will write all cases for the converging lens, and find in which cases we have the real image. In the end, we will use our conclusion to find the right answer.

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