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Kgibbs3

  • one year ago

say you are observing an object in the low-power field when you switch to high-power, it is no longer in your field of view. why might this occur?

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  1. Bobz216
    • one year ago
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    It may be that it has moved too far to the left or right, or it is too out of focus. Maybe that helps?

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