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a) What is the focal length of the eye-lens system when viewing an object at infinity? Assume that the lens-retina distance is 1.8cm.

b) What is the focal length of the eye-lens system when viewing an object 35cm from the eye? Assume that the lens-retina distance is 1.8cm .

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I assumed that for part A that 1/inf went to zero but that answer was wrong. I'm not sure How to calculate this. Please help if you can.

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# Homework Help: Focal Length

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