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A convex lens is used in spectacles to remove hypermetropia. Why?

As we know, hypermetropia is the defect of vision in which a person can see distant objects but cannot see nearby objects. While using a convex lens, the rays of the light coming from a nearby object are first converged by the convex lens and by the eye lens. Due to the combined converging action of both lenses, the image is formed at the retina. So, a convex lens is used in spectacles to remove hypermetropia.