A Longsightedness can be corrected by using the _____ lens.

A. Concave
B. Convex
C. Diverging
D. None of these


A Longsightedness can be corrected by using the convex lens.

longsightedness which is also known as far-sightedness. Its other medical terms are hypermetropia or hyperopia.
Longsightedness is a condition of the eye where distant objects are seen clearly but near objects appear blurred. This clouded effect is due to incoming light being focused behind, instead of on, the retina wall due to insufficient aid by the lens.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. TAHIR KANG

    question and answer are mismatched. question should be longsightedness instead of long sight defect because long sight defect means shortsightedness.

    1. Farhan khan

      Thanks for the correction.
      The medical name for long-sight is hypermetropia, sometimes called hyperopia. Eyesight problems, such as hypermetropia, are also known as refractive errors. Long sight leads to problems with a near vision where eyes are failed to see near objects clearly.

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