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Problem: The cornea of the human eye (the outtermost layer) acts like a thin lens, which is why imperfections in the cornea can lead to poor eyesight. The front and rear surfaces of the cornea is roughly spherical, with a radius of curvature of about 7.8 mm for the front and a radius of curvature of about 7.3 mm for the rear. What would the focal length of a typical cornea be? 

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The cornea of the human eye (the outtermost layer) acts like a thin lens, which is why imperfections in the cornea can lead to poor eyesight. The front and rear surfaces of the cornea is roughly spherical, with a radius of curvature of about 7.8 mm for the front and a radius of curvature of about 7.3 mm for the rear. What would the focal length of a typical cornea be? 

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