Hyperopia is a condition wherein the np is too far

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Unformatted text preview: ee to its far point (FP). When the eye is fully accommodated at its closest focus, the eye can see down to its near point (NP). 1 1 1 + = FP dretina frelaxed "1 #1 1& ! FP = % " $ frelaxed dretina ( ' 1 1 1 + = NP dretina faccommodated "1 # 1 1& ! NP = % " $ faccommodated dretina ( ' 13. Myopia (nearsightedness) and hyperopia (farsightedness) are two conditions of the eye. Myopia is a condition wherein the FP is too close to the eye. Hyperopia is a condition wherein the NP is too far from the eye. 14. Myopia is corrected with a concave lens, which moves the FP further away. Hyperopia is corrected with a convex lens, which moves the NP closer in. 15. Astigmatism in a condition is which the eye’s lens is asymmetric in it...
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