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The ability of the eye to see objects at all distances is called


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Accommodation of an Eye:

  1. The ability of the eye to see objects at all distances is called the accommodation of an eye.
  2. In this process, when we are trying to see an object at a distance, our eye lens becomes thinner.
  3. This increases the focal length to about 2.5cm.
  4. On the other hand, when we see an object nearer to us, the eye lens attains a more round shape.
  5. This decreases the focal length so that the objects can be focussed clearly.

Hence, the ability of the eye to see objects at all distances is called the accommodation of an eye.


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