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When we see an object, the image formed on the retina is

A
real
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virtual
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C
erect
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D
inverted
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Solution

The correct option is D inverted

Our eye’s lens is a biconvex lens i.e. it has two convex sides.

So, when an object is at a distance greater than the least distance of clear vision, the light rays from the object get refracted through the convex lens and form a real and inverted image at the retina.

Hence, options (A) and (D) are the correct answers.

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