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What does stimulated refractive error mean?
And if we have stimulated refractive error for myopia and hyperopia and draw a graph with MAR on the y axis and stimulated refractive error on the x axis what would the graph look like?

This is urgent please anyone who knows help me!!!
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What does stimulated refractive error mean? And if we have stimulated refractive error for myopia and hyperopia and draw a graph with MAR on the y axis and stimulated refractive error on the x axis what would the graph look like?Why is the change in vision not the same for both positive and negative lenses?This is urgent please anyone who knows help me!!!
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