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    OMG!!! @Natshane our quiz question

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    hahahahaha! The nucleus is 10 divisions. length of 1 division on the stage micrometer = (0.1mm) x 1000 / (50-10) = 2.5 micrometer length of nucleus = 2.5 x 10 divisions = 25micrometer?

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    (0.1mm) x 1000 / (50-10) Why is it 50-10?

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    the eyepiece graticule occupies 40 divisions,(50-10)

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