Problem: How do eyeglasses help a nearsighted person see more clearly?a. Diverging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses farther from the front of the eye.b. Diverging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses closer to the front of the eyec. Converging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses farther from the front of the eyed. Converging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses closer to the front of the eyee. Lenses adjust the distance from the cornea to the back of the eye

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A nearsighted person sees closer objects clearly but not able to see further objects clearly. 

The objects further apart look blurry, a condition called Myopia.

Myopia arises when the long eyeball or curvature of the retina is too large.

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How do eyeglasses help a nearsighted person see more clearly?

a. Diverging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses farther from the front of the eye.

b. Diverging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses closer to the front of the eye

c. Converging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses farther from the front of the eye

d. Converging lenses bend light entering the eye, so the image focuses closer to the front of the eye

e. Lenses adjust the distance from the cornea to the back of the eye

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