find out the radius of curvature of a secondary mirror.
A Cassegrain astronomical telescope uses two mirrors to form the image. The larger (concave) objective mirror has a focal length f1 = +51.50 cm. A small convex secondary mirror is mounted d = 43.50 cm in front of the primary. As shown in figure, light is reflected from the secondary through a hole in the center of the primary, thus forming a real image 8.00 cm behind the primary mirror. What is the radius of curvature of the secondary mirror?
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