in myopic eyes we place a divergent lens in order to diverge the light rays coming from object beyond the far point of the eye in such a way that the eye percieves the object to be at the far point of the eye and accordingly the image is formed at the retina of the myopic eye .
Asked by Aradhana Goswami | 26th Jan, 2014, 02:36: PM
The corrective divergent lens does its part of focussing the image. However, the regular image focussing is done by the eye itself. Hence, an object placed between the far point and the near point will be clearly focussed on the retina.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 27th Jan, 2014, 01:15: PM
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