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Chapter 11 / Exercise 11.68
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EXAM MODULE 3 . A micrometer is defined as A. 10 -3 B. 10 -6 C.10 -9 D. 10 -12 B. A micrometer is one-millionth of a meter.
2. True or False: A nanometer is longer than a micrometer.
Exam Page 2 Answer Key 1. Resolution and contrast are two critical factors that influence your ability to see an object. Explain each.
Exam Page 3 Answer Key 1. Assuming a constant (non-adjustable) light source power, identify the part of the microscope you would adjust to limit the amount of light entering the microscope.
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Select all that apply.
2. What is the total magnification (relative to your eye) of a sample imaged with a 60x objective and a 10x eyepiece? Show your math.
Exam Page 4 Answer Key 1. True or False: A cell that is adherent, flat (thin) and unstained is easily identified using bright field microscopy.
2. Which of the following could be seen clearly by the unaided eye? Select all that apply.
Exam Page 5 Answer Key 1. Label the following unmarked microscope components (numbered arrows) by matching it with the components provided (letters).
A. Stage B. Fine Adjustment Knob C. Iris Diaphragm D. Neck E. Condenser Lens F. Eyepiece G. Objective H. Base I. Coaxial Controls 1F 2D
3B 4G 5A 6H Exam Page 6 Answer Key

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