What nerves transmit the sense of smell, vision and hearing?

Cranial nerves. Smell is by cranial #1, vision b y #2 and hearing by #8. Cranial nerves are nerves in the head and neck which do various functions and are given a sequential series of numbers as a designation but not for any other meaning.

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Please answer! What nerves transmit the sense of smell, vision and hearing?

Cranial nerves. Smell is by a series of direct nerves from the upper portions of the nasal passages into the brain. Vision is by the optic nerve which exits the eye at the back. Hearing is by the otic nerve which also carries balance sensations to the brain from the inner ear. These are cranial nerves i, ii and viii. Read more...