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a. 3 feet.
Retinal disparity is due to the distance between the left and the right eye. When the eyes view an object, it sees it at slightly different angles due to that distance between the eyes and this retinal disparity allows us to see depth of objects. The further away the object, the less retinal disparity is while the nearer the object, the more retinal disparity there is.
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