some samples need to be magnified 100 times to view key features. If an actual sample is 16 millimeters long, how many cm is the magnified image?

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some samples need to be magnified 100 times to view key features. If an actual sample is 16 millimeters long, how many cm is the magnified image?

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What about if you magnify something of length 1cm by a factor of 2, what size will you get?
2?
indeed, and now apply the method you used to get this result to the other data (100, 16mm)

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is it 1600?
ok, 1600mm is correct, now change it to cm
16?
is that it?
No, 1cm = 10mm. Because c stands for 1/100 and m for 1/1000
160?
Correct. :-)
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