Ocular lens objective lens total magnification

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Ocular Lens Objective Lens Total Magnification
Magnification Magnification Scanning Lens 10x 4x 40x Low Power Lens 10x 10x 100x High Power Lens 10x 40x 400x Data Table 3. Field of View. Total Magnification Field of view (mm) Field of view (µM) Scanning Lens 40x 5 mm 5000 µm Low Power Lens 100x 1.8 mm 1800 µm High Power Lens 400x 0.45 mm 450 µm Data Table 4. Viewing Slides. Letter e slide Colored Threads slide Observations: Top = Letter e Bottom = colored threads Scanning Lens The “e” appears clear an upside down You can see all 3 threads and colors Low Power Lens You can only see a partial piece of the “e” Can see some threads Blue color is on top High Power Lens Only can see ink dots Loss of depth perception no threads visible Questions
A Is the student microscope that you are using a monocular microscope, a binocular microscope, or a trinocular microscope? Explain your answer.
B Describe the details in the slides “Letter e” and “Colored threads” that become visible as the power changed from scanning power, to low power, to high power.

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