20/60 vision means that you see at a distance of 20 feet (about 6 meters) as clearly as a person with normal vision sees at a distance of 60 feet (about 18 meters).
No. Not really. "Normal" vision is around 20/20 or 20/30. Having 20/60 means that you need to be 20 feet away from an object rather than a "normal" person who can see that object at 60 feet. At 20/60 you should still be able to function with everyday life and only need glasses to drive or to read a blackboard at school. 20/60 is only a mild impairment. 20/30 to 20/60 is considered mild vision loss, or near-normal vision 20/70 to 20/160 is considered moderate visual impairment, or moderate low vision 20/200 to 20/400 is considered severe visual impairment, or severe low vision 20/500 to 20/1,000 is considered profound visual impairment, or profound low vision less than 20/1,000 is considered near-total visual impairment, or near total blindness
In the 60's the sports of baseball and soccer were very popular.
I have 20 80 vision in my right eye and 20 50 in my left eye. 20 60 vision is the boarderline when you need glasses. Just had an eye appointment this morning. See an eye doctor so you can order frames and lenses for your glasses. Hope that helped.
Yes. Approximately 60-70% of the kids in the world play sports.
About 40 if you are in sports more 50 if med 60+ or 70 if in study
60% of australians play sport Answer : The actual percentage is 87.6% depending on your definition of "sport" technacly only 50% of the populatoin play sports
Well I like boy sports and these girly girls don't so about 60%
New born babies can see very little other than light and motion. At 3 months they can make out faces (and return your smile). By 6 months an infant can distinguish between objects, such as a bottle or a stuffed toy. By age 2 years, most children have about 20/60 vision (at 20 feet they can make out what a normal adult can see at 60 feet). The part of the brain that processes vision develops until about age 8, which is when a child with no vision impairments has 20/20 vision.
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60 -20 = 40
The test area should be exactly 20 feet by 10 feet , and the angles should go from 10 degrees to 60 degrees because at above 60 your peripheral vision stops
lcm(20, 60) = 60.
The Snellen chart is the chart used by opticians to measure the sharpness of your eyesight (or visual acuity). It was developed by Dr Hermann Snellen in 1862. It has several lines of letters which get smaller as you go down the chart. The chart is placed level with the eyes at a distance of 20 feet (in Europe 6 metres). The standard reference eye is said to have 20/20 vision but this is not particularly good, any more than an IQ of 100 is good. If at 20 feet you can only just read letters that a person with "standard" eyes could read at 40 feet then you have 20/40 vision or if at 20 feet you can only just read letters that a standard eye could read at 60 feet then you have 20/60 vision and so on. If you can read the bottom line of very small letters on the Snellen chart your vision is an excellent 20/10. If you can read the third line from the bottom then it is a "standard" 20/20 which most people have fallen to by the age of 60.
The LCM of 20 and 60 is 60.
Sports were discovered in 60's.
To find 60% of 20, multiply 20 x .60: 20 x .60 = 12. 12 is 60% of 20.
3x20=60 because 20+20+20=60
play 60 games or beat him in the star cup tournament
60% of 20 = 12