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When light hits a pair of glasses, the lenses refract or bend the light, helping to focus the light onto your retina. This correction helps to improve vision by compensating for any refractive errors in the eye, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness.

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When light enters a pair of glasses it when it hits the glass.?

There is insufficient information for us to even begin to understand this question. Please edit the question to include more context or relevant information. When it hits the glass, light does several things. Some of it is reflected. Some of it is absorbed as it travels through the glass and the rest of it is transmitted through the glass. Light that strikes the glasses at anything other than right angles is also refracted - its path is bent.


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What happens when light travels through a pair of eyeglasses?

When light travels through a pair of eyeglasses, they are refracted (bent) by the lenses to correct vision problems such as nearsightedness or farsightedness. The lenses in the eyeglasses help to focus light properly onto the retina at the back of the eye, allowing for clearer vision.


Why are glasses considered a pair?

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Does pair of eyeglasses absorbs light?

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What are diffraction glasses?

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Do you say two pairs of glasses or two pair of glasses?

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When light travels through a pair of glasses is it refracted?

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When was First pair of eye glasses?

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Why is a pair of glasses a pair if its only one?

When you say "glasses", it is plural. A "glass" is one of the lenses. "Glasses" would refer to both of the lenses, and a "pair of glasses" doesn't mention anything about the frame, but it mentions the two lenses. The frame is the object that joins the two lenses so you don't have to wear contacts and so it can stay on your head. When you say "a pair of glasses", you are referring to the "pair of lenses", not the frame. The frame holding the two lenses makes us think that it is one object, when the word "glasses" refers only to the lenses, not the frame. That is why it is called "a pair of glasses".


I'm thinking of using a pair of 3D glasses that you got from a 3D movie and use it this 4th of July for firework glasses-- Are 3D glasses and Firework Glasses the same thing?

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