A doctor shines a bright torch into a patients eye he notices that the pupil does not change does this patient have normal eyes

No. The patient does not have normal eyes. The pupil contracts in bright light and expands in dim light. This controls the amount of light entering the eye. The torch was bright and should have made the pupil to contract but it didn't. So, he doesn't have normal eyes. He needs to be treated.

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no because in bright light the pupil becomes smaller in normal eyes
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