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The term compound microscope normally refers to a light microscope that uses two or more lenses to magnify objects. (Two lenses does not refer to the number of eye pieces …as does the term binocular microscope.) This is to be distinguished from a simple light microscope with a single lens. There are many modern variations of the light microscope which have more specialized names but which may still be "compound" with the meaning that they have multiple stages of magnification.
What is the importance of knowing the diameter and area of your field of view in using the compound microscope?
You can use that to estimate the size of objects that you are observing.
The compound microscope is called compound because the modifier compound means "two or more." A compound microscope has two or more lenses lenses. This is to be distinguishe…d from a simple microscope which has one lens. Such a microscope is structurally equivalent to a magnifying glass, though not necessarily a hand held lens.
you could use it to look at things closer!
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Without the microscope we wouldn't know as much about cells as we do now with microscopes and we probably would be more prone to sickness considering that sickness has to do w…ith cells fighting against virus' and the cure is hidden with the factors of the cell.
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by examining samples of, say, blood, and identifying the good and bad things in it
They couldn't see them.
The microscope changed peoples lives because one it helped us find out that spontaneous generation was not true on the other hand, it helped us discover the 'wee little beasti…es' that are all around us it also caused us to find bacteria and see (with applied thinking) what we could use to our advantage and what we could not. It helped us find deseases and to fight them and also helped us to heal different colds.
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people was not able to make an microscope then did get there body in shape to know what cell r
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Well, first, humans used to think all these crazy ideas about life because they did not know anything about cells, molecules, atoms, or anything else beyond the naked eye. Onc…e the first microscope was invented, we could see cells and everything else unseen before, because it was so tiny. Then, scientists knew that cells are basic building blocks of life. They found out, eventually, that cell does its job alone, a tissue is made up of a group of cells working together, an organ (not the instrument) is made up of tissues working together, and an organ system is all the organs in one system preforming different jobs to accomplish on big job. Scientists also found out that cells have different parts, like the nucleus, cell membrane, organelles, and mitochondria. This turned out to be pretty big. There are eukaryote cells and prokaryote cells. There are single celled organisms and there are multicellular organisms. This all lead to the understanding of what's living and non-living, other than "OH! It's alive, IT MOVES!" All living things have cells. The cells must do four things in order to survive: Make nutrients/food, Mitosis, Exchange with the environment, and Respond to the environment (and of course get rid of waste. That kinda goes with Exchange). All of THAT all leads to even more things. Hope it was helpful.
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how did the microscope change the human understanding of life