Draw a scientifically correct labelled diagram of a human eye and answer the questions based on it: Name the type of lens in the human eye. - Science and Technology 1

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Draw a scientifically correct labelled diagram of a human eye and answer the questions based on it:

  1. Name the type of lens in the human eye.
  2. Name the screen at which the maximum amount of incident light is refracted?
  3. State the nature of the image formed of the object on the screen inside the eye.
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Solution

  1. The human eye's lens is a transparent, crystalline double convex lens.
  2. Maximum amount of incident light is refracted inside the eye at the outer surface of the cornea.
  3. The image of the object created on the inside screen of the eye is real and inverted.
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2019-2020 (March) Set 1

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