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Answer : 1 near images are blurry Explanation : Answer: A) near images are blurry Explanation: Long sightedness is a common vision condition in which nearby objects are blurry. In this situation, the person with this condition of the eye where the curvature of the cornea is flat or the axial length of the eyeball is short. When light enters the eye, it does not focus directly on the retina, but focuses beyond the retina. This causes near images to appear out of focus and blurred.  Long sightedness is also called hyperopia, and sometimes presbyopia.

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