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How do we see an erect image though an inverted image is formed on the retina?

Our eye lens is a convex lens so an inverted image must be formed on our retina then how we see an erect image?

(Rahul Tyagi asks)

Answer:

What we see is the perception of the brain. Eye is for sensing and the seeing takes place at the Brain.

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