# Image formed when two imaginary rays are extended to meet at a point

An object is placed at a finite distance from a concave lens. Given are the two ray diagrams. Is the second ray diagram possible? If yes, that must be an enlarged, virtual and inverted image; if no, why not?

Ray Diagram 1:-

Ray Diagram 2:-

After removing the incorrect ray from $A$ to $F_1$, draw a ray from $A$ towards $F_2$. When that ray hits the lens, then it is refracted moving to the right parallel to the axis...