Without a corrective lens a certain nearsighted person can't focus clearly on objects that are farther from his eye than 4.00 m. What is the magnitude of the focal length of the contact lens that will allow this person to see distant objects clearly, and is the lens converging (f > 0) or diverging (f < 0)?
Ans. |f| =
converging or diverging?
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