Fresnel approximation of a spherical wave, Microeconomics

Show that when a plane wave is transmitted through a thin lens of focal length f in the direction parallel to the optical axis of the lens, its converted into a paraboloid wave (the Fresnel approximation of a spherical wave) centered about a point at a distance f from the lens.

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