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People who do very detailed work close up often can see objects clearly at much closer distance than the
normal 25 cm. (a) What is the power of the eyes of a woman who can see an object clearly at a distance of
only 10.00 cm? (b) What is the size of an image of a 2.00 mm object, such as lettering inside a ring, held at
this distance? (c) What would the size of the image be if the object were held at the normal 25.0 cm distance?

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