Why is the image formed inverted on the retina of the eye?
Asked by | 27th Jan, 2012, 10:24: PM
The optical lens in the eye is convex lens. Thus light rays from object passing through this lens forms real and inverted image on the retina as is the nature of convex lens.
Answered by | 27th Jan, 2012, 11:30: PM
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