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the plant is a mineral that has only two or some times three seeds to each pod and that is why you would need a microscope to see the small microscopic seeds

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Q: Explain why both magnification and resolution are important when viewing a small object with a microscope?
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Explain why magnification and resolution are important when viewing a small object with a microscope?

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