anonymous
  • anonymous
How can a small human retina detect objects larger than itself? A. Lenses of the eye change the size of the images. B. The optic nerve interprets the size of the images. C. The brain interprets the size of the images. D. The cells of the retina change the size of the images.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
As eyes have convex lens whose one of the quality is to focus at a point ,,, so the light coming out from large object passes through the lens of our eyes focusing in a very point part of our retina...... so after that the data is collected and read by brain, giving us the information of that object.... hope it helped you... So the answer is hundred percent A,..........................
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  • anonymous
Hooray! Thank you for the help and information. :)

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