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2. A common mistake for beginners is thinking that the "e" just disappears at the high magnification. How would you explain to a

2. A common mistake for beginners is thinking that the "e" just disappears at the high
magnification. How would you explain to a younger student what happened to the e as you
increase the magnification?
3. What did you need to do before viewing the slide at 100x?
Part D: Determining the "Field of View"
https://depts washington.edu/vurchin/index.php?view=main
Under microscope basics, select microscope measurement.
Complete the introduction, field of view and calibrate sections
Procedures:
1. Follow the steps from the activity
2. Determine how many millimeters are in the field of view under 4X, 10X, 40X.
3. Draw each field of view and write the number of millimeters.
Objective = 4X
Objective = 10X
Objective= 40X
o
O
# of mm
# of mm -
# of mm =

2. A common mistake for beginners is thinking that the "e" just disappears at the high magnification. How would you explain to a younger student what happened to the e as you increase the magnification? 3. What did you need to do before viewing the slide at 100x? Part D: Determining the "Field of View" https://depts washington.edu/vurchin/index.php?view=main Under microscope basics, select microscope measurement. Complete the introduction, field of view and calibrate sections Procedures: 1. Follow the steps from the activity 2. Determine how many millimeters are in the field of view under 4X, 10X, 40X. 3. Draw each field of view and write the number of millimeters. Objective = 4X Objective = 10X Objective= 40X o O # of mm # of mm - # of mm =

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