Derive the complex amplitude of the double convex lens, Macroeconomics

Derive that the complex amplitude of the double convex lens shown in the image below with focal length 1/f = (n-1 ) (1/R1 - 1/R2 ). Hint: we derived an plano convex lens in class.

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