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A normal eye is not able to see objects closer than 25 cm because
A. the focal length of the eye is 25 cm

B. the distance of the retina from the eye-lens is 25 cm

C. the eye is not able to decrease the distance between the eye-lens and the retina beyond a limit

D. the eye is not above to decrease the focal length beyond a limit.

Answer :

Ciiiary muscles cannot contract beyond a limit , and hence it’s difficult to focus images beyond


25cm on retina.


Hence a normal eye cannot see an object placed at a distance far than 25cm or even closer than


25cm.

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