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The ability of the eye to focus on both near and distant objects is termed
The ability of the eye to adjust its focus to both near and distant objects is known as accommodation. The lens of the eye changes shape to focus on nearby objects, which is referred to as accommodation, while for distant objects the lens flattens out. The other options are related to the eye, but do not specifically refer to the ability to focus on both near and distant objects. Refraction refers to the bending of light as it passes through the eye, hypermetropia is a condition where distant objects are seen more clearly than nearby objects, and image formation refers to the process by which an image is formed on the retina.