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You look through to see the specimen

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G. Horace, Content Developer
Answered: Oct 01, 2018
The answer is A. The fine adjustment knob moves the stage up and down to make the specimen you are looking through a microscope sharper. A microscope has 2 knobs - the coarse adjustment knob and...Read More

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L.Steven
Answered: Jan 07, 2018
A camera is incorporated with a number of tools to manipulate the resulting image. If you want to make the image brighter, you need to make the aperture wider to allow more light to fall through....Read More

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Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst
Answered: Nov 11, 2018
A microscope is a device that can be commonly recognized due to it being around for a long time. When you look into a microscope, you should see an object that is placed on a slide. However, the...Read More

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Carice Snow, Motivator
Answered: Nov 11, 2018
Microscopes are often used by scientists or science students in order to make small things bigger. Usually these small things can either can’t be seen by the naked eye or they are too small...Read More

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Answered: Jan 23, 2020

It moves the stage slightly to sharpen the image.

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J. Emmerich, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 30, 2018
The ocular lens is responsible for helping you to look through the specimen. The ocular lens will make sure that you will be able to view the specimen clearly. If it is not too clear, this may be...Read More

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Jjnnelson
Answered: Jun 18, 2017
Magnification ranges from 4x to 40x with the low-power objective lens being 4x, the medium-power objective lens being 10x, and the high-power objective being 40x

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Anne Nicole M. De Guia
Answered: Jul 06, 2019

A curved frame where the base, body, and stage are attached and serves as a handle for carrying the microscope

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John Adney
Answered: Dec 21, 2016
Holds the high and low power objectives, can be rotated to change magnificatio

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 25, 2020
You look through to see the specimen

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John Adney
Answered: Oct 30, 2017

Sometimes you need to sometimes you dont therefore it is right either one.

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Albahlanileith
Answered: Mar 25, 2017
What is the difference between nosepiece and revolving nosepiece

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John Adney
Answered: Feb 26, 2017
Fine adjustment knob

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Feb 25, 2020
Supports the microscope

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