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# A Person Can See Clearly Only Up To A Distance Of 30 Cm. He Wants To Read A Book Placed At A Distance Of 50 Cm From His Eyes. What Is The Power Of The Lens He Requires For His Spectacles?

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Correct option is

–1.33 D

The person is myopic. This defect is correct by using a concave lens. Putting u = –50 cm and v = –30 cm in the lens formula  fives f = –75 cm. Therefore, the power of the lens

= – 1.33 D.

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