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PLEASE HELP WITH STEPS! Assuming that one is using high power to observe the onion epidermal cell and that the diameter of the field of view is 0.50mm, calculate how my h larger the drawing is compared to the actual cell. If one used medium power, what is the diameter field of view?

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    How much larger*

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    field [feeld] noun (plural fields) 1. agriculture area of agricultural land: an area of open ground, especially an area used to grow crops or graze livestock 2. playing area: an open expanse of ground kept or marked off as a playing area for a particular sport 3. geology area rich in resources: an area of land or seabed that is rich in an exploitable natural resource a gas field 4. geography broad area of something: an expanse of something such as ice, snow, or lava an ice field 5. area of activity: an activity or subject, especially one that is somebody's particular responsibility, specialty, or interest 6. place outside institution: the environment outside a workplace, office, school, or laboratory in which somebody has direct contact with clients, the public, or the phenomena being studied out in the field 7. military area of military operations: the location of military operations 8. military Same as battlefield (sense 1) 9. military Same as battlen (sense 1) (literary or archaic) 10. group of contestants: all the participants in a race or other competitive event 11. all participants except leader: all the participants in a race or competitive event except the leader, winner, or favorite five lengths ahead of the field 12. mathematics set of mathematical elements: a set of mathematical elements with two properties that are like addition and multiplication for ordinary numbers 13. physics area of force: an area or region within which a force exerts an influence at every point 14. optics Same as field of view 15. comput storage area for information: an area in a computer memory or program, or on a monitor screen, where information such as characters or numbers can be entered and manipulated 16. heraldry background for design: the background surface or color on which a design is displayed, e.g. on a flag, coin, or coat of arms verb (past and past participle field·ed, present participle field·ing, 3rd person present singular fields) 1. transitive verb sports retrieve ball: in baseball or cricket, to retrieve, pick up, or catch a ball in play, usually after it has been struck by the person batting 2. intransitive verb sports be fielder: in baseball or cricket, to act as a fielder 3. transitive verb select somebody for competition: to select a person, group, or team to participate in an event, especially a competitive event We did not have enough players to field a team. 4. transitive verb deploy group: to send out a large number of people or things to accomplish a task, especially to deploy military forces for action 5. transitive verb deal with question or complaint: to respond to something such as a question or complaint

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