Why is normal eye unable to see objects placed closer than 25cm?

Asked by  | 24th Aug, 2008, 03:37: PM

Expert Answer:

25 cm is the least distance of distinct vision for human eye , hence objects kept at a distance less than this cannot be distinctly seen by normal human eye.

Answered by  | 25th Aug, 2008, 02:23: AM

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