adjust it according to their eyes by moving it together or apart to obtain a clear vision for their observation. 4.Objective lens– These objective lenses have 4 degrees of magnification. For the low power which is (10x) gives the smallest image, high power (40x) which shows up a larger image, oil immersion (100x) which shows up the biggest image. And for the smallest objective lens which gives out an even smaller image that is a very low power (4x). The objective lens that used for this experiment is the very low powered objective lens (4x), the low powered objective lens (10x) and the high-powered objective lens (40x). In general, objective lenses are being used from low to high immersion. 5.Nosepiece– Nosepiece is where the objective lenses are attached to and it is used to change the magnification of the objective lens by rotating it. 6.Stage– The stage is where the specimen (glass slide) is being placed. This stage comprises of stage clips that is used to hold the specimen and a hole where the lights can pass through from the light source. While adjusting the stage, make sure that the specimen is centralised to get a clear image for the observation.