Answer :

The image of an object is focused behind the retina in the eye of a person having Hypermetropia.

Hypermetropia is the defect of vision due to which a person is not able to see the nearby objects clearly. It is caused


(i) Due to the low converging power of the lens


(ii) Due to eye-ball being too short.


Hence the image of nearby objects is formed behind the retina due to which the eye cannot see the nearby objects clearly.


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