How Is a Image Formed in the Human Eye?

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An image in human eye is formed when light from and object enters the eye and is inverted by the lens to land on the retina. The image that is formed on the retina is upside down. The optic nerves send the image to the brain for interpretation.
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In the lens.
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In order for an image to be seen, it must first reflect light. Objects that do not reflect light or reflect only a little of it appear black. Other objects reflect different colors
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