Due to elongation of _______ and increase in curvature of the eye lens, a person cannot see distant objects clearly. - Science and Technology 1

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Due to elongation of _______ and increase in curvature of the eye lens, a person cannot see distant objects clearly.

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  • eyeball

  • pupil

  • eyelid

  • cornea

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Solution

Due to elongation of eyeball and increase in curvature of the eye lens, a person cannot see distant objects clearly.

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Chapter 7: Lenses - Choose the correct option.

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