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Weegy: Asked A small increase in aperture will result in a and said it was the same as The ability of a wave to spread out after it has passed through a small aperture 5 Jun ...


User: A small increase in aperture will result in a: A)small increase in brightness B)large increase in brightness C)small decrease in size D)large decrease in size

Weegy: ... small focal ratios, below about f/6, are said to be fast and result in a brighter image for a given aperture. Large focal ... aperture size ... brightness, doubling the aperture ...


User: Early telescope makers compensated for chromatic aberration by: a)increasing focal length b)decreasing focal length c)increasing aperture d)decreasing aperture

Weegy: Early telescope makers compensated for chromatic aberration by a) Increasing focal length.
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