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This is the eye of a person who is farsighted. The light rays should be focused on the back surface of the eye (the retina), but they focus or converge at a point beyond the retina. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1363000_1363500/1363146/1/8dc8771d2f0af85f3c320fbf957ccfb5c54f53f5/MS_PHYS_SCI_289410.jpg Which shows the lens that would focus the light rays on the retina to correct the vision? A https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1363000_1363500/1363143/1/2eb7f847ac2ff77293f2a940d476cfc47d62b8d5/MS_PHYS_SCI_289409_B.jpg

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  1. anonymous
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    @ananata

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    I'm thinking it's A.

  3. anonymous
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    Or C.

  4. anonymous
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    NO my friend , it is D. As you know concave lens is used for dispersing and convex lens(our eyes are) conversing just keep this in mind and again look at the diagrams... you will easily fin the error.... Here the concave lens as the glass wares make the object more bigger and when it strike the lens of our eyes it will perfectly focus in our retina... hope to get it

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    Right my bad I got confused thanks for the correction! That's all of my questions thank you so much for your time and help I really appreciate it. ^^

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    anytime... just mention me .....

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    Alright thanks have a nice day! :)

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