anonymous
  • anonymous
how do you calculate magnification on a microscope?
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amigatour
  • amigatour
Check the power of the objective lens and multiply by the power of the eyepiece, usually it's 10X. The microscope I'm utilizing at my college has red (4x), yellow (10x), blue (40x), and white (??). and the ocular is 10x.
amigatour
  • amigatour
If you're using the yellow, what is your total magnification?

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