Q: Is 20 15 good vision

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that means that you have perfect vision__________________________________________________________The numerator refers to within what distance of certain objects you have to be to distinguish them. The denominator refers to within what distance of certain objects a "normal" person has to be to distinguish them. Therefore, 25/25 vision is much like 20/20 vision in that it indicates normal/perfect vision. If the numerator is greater than the denominator (20/15), one's vision is better than normal. If the denominator is greater than the denominator (20/40), one's vision is worse than normal.

Do You mean 20-20 vision?

I am pretty sure that is very bad for u, I have 20-40 vision

15/20, or 15 over 20 is 15 Ã· 20 = 3/4 = Â¾

3/20=.15 .15*100=15%

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Yes, 20 15 vision is better than 20 20 vision.

If your vision is 20/16, You're above average because you can see an object from 20 feet that a normal eye sees at 16!But, If it's 16/20, You see things at 20 feet, that people see at 16.

20/15

It would be the same as 20-20 except measured at a different length.

I'm not an opthamologist, but I believe that 15/15 is no better nor worse than 20/20.15/15 means that at 15 feet distance from the chart, you see what the average person would see at 15 feet distance.20/20 means that at 20 feet distance from the chart, you see what the average person would see at 20 feet distance.Since some people have problems with distance vision (Myopia), and some people have problems with near vision (Hyperopia), it would seem possible for someone to have 15/15, but not 20/20, or vice versa.

All 2015 means is that a person with 2015 vision can clearly see somthing 20 feet away that most people would need to be no more than 15 feet from. To this end, it is better. A person with 20/100 vision can see something 20 feet away that most people could normally see 100 feet away. --Yes, 20/15 is better vision than 20/20.

It means the average person can see clearly at 20 feet what you can see clearly at 15 feet.

Do you mean for eyesight?20-20 vision is average vision of human what he can see normally from 20 feet away as a standard.If 20-40 vision, that means you have to stand 20 feet away from an object that the average person can distinguish from 40 feet away.If 20-15, that means you can stand 20 feet away from an object that the average person can distinguish from 15 feet away.

It means that a person needs to be within 20 feet to clearly see what someone with "normal" (20/20) perfect vision can clearly see at 25 feet. It's good but not perfect vision

Technically, it is NOT considered perfect vision. 20/20 is considered nominal vision and is a value that represents an accepted level of visual acuity for a human. It means that at 20 feet, you can see things the average person will see at that distance. Good vision would mean the the bottom number is smaller, you can see at 20 feet what most people can see at 15 or 10. 20/40 would mean that you have to be at 20 feet to see what a normal person sees at 40 feet. Most places define blindness as 20/200.

It is a common misconception that 20/20 is perfect vision. In reality, having 20/20 visions means that you can see from 20 feet what a normal person can see from 20 feet. 20/15 vision means you can see from 20 feet what a normal person can see from 15 feet. Perfect vision means that your eyes perform the following processes perfectly: 1. Refraction of light 2. Accommodation of the lens 3. Constriction/dilation of the pupil 4. Convergence of the eye

you can see at 20 feet what a normal person can only see at 15 fee.