Answer to Question #161617 in Biology for Paige

Question #161617
  1. How do you calculate magnification?
  2. What is the orientation of the e in the microscope?
  3. The slide is on 4X objective. Adjust the coarse focus then the fins focus until you get it clear. What did you discover about the adjustment?
  4. Now move to 10X. what happened to the “e”. How much much can you see?
  5. When you went to the 10X did you need focus?
  6. Play with the the light adjustment (the diaphragm). what happened when you move the night adjustment to the left? to the right?
  7. What do you do if the light is too dull or bright?
  8. What happened to the e? How much can you see?
  9. A microscope has 20X ocular (eyepiece) and an objective of 10X. What is the magnification?
  10. A microscope has 20X ocular (eyepiece) and an objective of 43X. What is the magnification?
  11. Explain Why the light microscope is also called the compound microscope?
  12. Explain what happens to the “e” when you look at it under the microscope

Website if needed- ncbionetwork.org/iet/microscope


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2021-02-08T10:27:12-0500
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