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QUESTION 7 Which of the following best describes the image formed by a converging lens when an object is placed between the foca

QUESTION 7
Which of the following best describes the image formed by a converging lens when an object is placed between the focal point and the lens?
a. inverted, real, magnified
b.inverted, virtual, reduced
c. upright, virtual, magnified
d. upright, real, reduced

QUESTION 7 Which of the following best describes the image formed by a converging lens when an object is placed between the focal point and the lens? a. inverted, real, magnified b.inverted, virtual, reduced c. upright, virtual, magnified d. upright, real, reduced

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201 mais lower left the oppe te. Now, move it to the lower left side of the stage. What direction does the image move? the thic Mom heraht 9. Re-center the slide and change the scope to high power objective (40x). You will notice the "e" is out of focus. DO NOT touch the coarse focus knob, instead use the fine focus to resolve the picture. Draw the imare you see of the letter e (or part of it) on high power objective in the drawing area below. 10. Locate the diaphragm under the stage. Move it and record the changes in light intensity as you do so. Drawing Area (+ Low Power Objective High Power Objective_40 x Part III. Determining Total Magnification: Locate the numbers on the eyepiece and the low power objective and fill in the blanks below. Eyepiece magnification Objective magnification Total Magnification X o Do the same for the high power objective. Eyepiece magnification Objective magnification Total Magnification lo X Ho 4oo 3. Write out a rule for determining total magnification of a compound microscope: You must keep wack of the numbers to make math the picture with that number. 4. Remove the slide and clean it up. Turn off the microscope and wind up the wire so it resembles its original position. Place the low power objective in place and lower the stage all the way. Cover the scope with the dust cover. Place the scope back in its original space in the cabinet. Conclusion Questions: Answer on a separate sheet and staple. 1. Explain why the specimen must be centered in the field of view on low power before going to high power. 2. A microscope has a 20 X ocular (eyepiece) and two objectives of 10 X and 43 X respectively. a. Calculate the low power magnification of this microscope. Show your formula and all work. b. Calculate the high power magnification of this microscope. Show your formula and all work. 3. In three steps using complete sentences, describe how to make a proper wet mount of the letter e. 4. Describe the changes in the field of view and the amount of available light when going from low to high power using the compound microscope. 5. Explain what the microscope user may have to do to combat the problems incurred in question #4. Khellaun Be Peza POGO