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(II) About how much longer is the nearsighted eye in

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Problem 17P

Problem 17P

(II) About how much longer is the nearsighted eye in Example 25-6 than the 2.0 cm of a normal eye?

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For a normal eye, 2.0 cm is the image distance for an object at infinity. The focal length of the lens of the eye is also 2.0 cm. We have to place the object at far point of the eye to find the image distance of the nearsighted eye.

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