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Unformatted text preview: the calculated and other objectives. Results objective lens field of view 4 4900 m 10 1960 m 40 490 m 100 196 m field of view using 40 objective was measured to be 490 m. 40 multiplied by 2.5 is 100, so 490 divided by 2.5 will yield the field of view using 100 objective. 40 divided by 4 is 10, so 490 multiplied by 4 will yield the 2 field of view using the 10 objective. 40 divided by 10 is 4, so 490 multiplied by 10 will yield the field of view using the 4 objective. Questions: 1. This The distance between each of the graduations is 10 m or 0.010mm. 2. n/a Discussion/Conclusion Field f view measurements can be used to determine the approximate size of any object seen under the microscope. Field of view and magnification change with equivalent but OPPOSITE magnitude. cdw...
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