Q: What is the objective lens power multiplied by?

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The eyepiece is usually 10x, so multiply the objective by 10 to get true magnification

the objective lens has the power of that lens inscribed on it

The true magnification observed

Two to the fifth power multiplied by three to the second power equals 288.

1 divided by 25 multiplied by z to the third power

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The eyepiece is usually 10x, so multiply the objective by 10 to get true magnification

The total magnification would be 10x (ocular lens) multiplied by 25x (objective lens), which equals 250x magnification.

low power objective lens

scanning objective

The total magnification of a microscope is calculated by multiplying the power of the objective lens by the power of the eyepiece lens. Given a total magnification of 200x and an eyepiece lens power of 10x, the power of the objective lens would be 200x/10x = 20x.

To calculate the total magnification of a microscope, you multiply the magnification of the objective lens by the magnification of the eyepiece. For example, if the objective lens has a magnification of 40x and the eyepiece has a magnification of 10x, the total magnification would be 40x * 10x = 400x.

There is a relationship between the power of an objective lens and its field of view. As the power of the objective lens increases, the size of its field of view decreases

the objective lens has the power of that lens inscribed on it

The low power objective lens is usually a 10x lens and it is used to orient the specimen and get it focused before switching to a higher power lens.

The low power objective lens on a microscope is also known as the scanning lens.

The revolving nosepiece or turret rotates to change from the low power objective lens to the high power objective lens on a microscope. This component allows for easy switching between different objective lenses without the need to manually remove and insert them.

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