how an uncorrected myopic eye sees far off objects?

Asked by Rochika | 24th Mar, 2009, 12:15: PM

Expert Answer:

In an uncorrected myopic eye a clear image is not formed as the rays from the object do not converge at the retina.

Here they converge at a point in front of the retina, to diverge the rays and make them meet on the retina a divergent lens or concave lens is used. When the rays meet at the retina a clear image is formed.

Answered by  | 24th Mar, 2009, 03:52: PM

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