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When you move the slide of a microscope up which direction does the image of the slide appear to move?

down


When moving a slide to the right in what direction does the image in the ocular move?

it will move right direction


What causes the image to move in a different direction from how you move the slide?

In microscopy, the image moves in a different direction from how the slide is moved because the lens of a microscope inverts the image. The image moves in the opposite direction from the slide.


If the slide is moved left does the image move the same direction?

no, the image will move in the opposite direction.


When you move the slide to the left in what direction does the e appear to move?

Right


When you move the slide to the left in what direction does the letter appear to move?

right


When you move the slide to the left of the stage in what direction does the image appear to move?

right


What does to move in a backward motion or direction mean?

That is to reverse.


How does the direction of frictional force compare to the direction of an object motion?

The direction of the force of friction is such that it opposes the direction of motion that an object would move if there were no frictional force acting on the object.


What direction do plate tectonics move?

plate techtonics move in many directions, they move in the direction that the convectoin currents move which are in the mantle rotating in a circular motion


When you move the slide away from you on the stage of a microscope in what direction does the image appear to move?

towards youkjlylo7yuoi8lu


When you move the slide on the microscope stage away from you in what direction does the object seen through the eyepiece move?

The same direction because it's only when the slide is moved left to right that it looks different... [I think]


When you move the slide of the microscope to the right in which direction does the letter d appear to move?

When you move the slide of the microscope to the right, any object on the slide as well as the slide itself will appear to move to the left. In a microscope, the image is actually inverted sideways and upside down. Like a double reflection.


When you move a slide on the microscope stage away from you in what direction does the object seen through the eyepiece move?

towards you


How does the s wave move?

they travil only through solids, there known as shear waves and there motion is perpendicular to the direction of travel. If the direction of motion is to the right then the wave would move up and down.


How can a force make an object move change direction or stop?

When the force acts perpendicular to the direction of motion then it makes it to move along curved path When the force is opposite to motion then it could stop it


When you move the slide to the left in what direction does the letter e appear to move?

When you move your slide to the left, the slide move into the opposite direction. This rule works for all the directions. When you move your slide to the left the letter "e" appears to move to the right. If you move your slide to the right the letter "e" appears to move to the left and it works just like that for up and down. This rule applies to all sides because the light reflects and that's why the letter "e" moves to the opposite direction. When an object reflects, it does or goes to the opposite side so it has to move to the opposite place. This pattern also applies to the mirror and etc. This why you need a glass so the light can reflect and make a view.


Which direction dose the letter E move when you slide it away from U?

left


In which direction to valley glaciers move?

They slide (very slowly) DOWN the valley.


When a body move in uniform motion why and how its acceleration is constant or equal to zero?

'Acceleration' means any change in speed or direction of motion.'Uniform' motion means no change in speed or direction.


Can balanced forces change an objects motion?

No but it can move the direction of the object


What are particles that can move in any direction at any speed?

random motion


When force is what to the direction of motion no work is done?

When force is opposite to the direction of motion, no work is done. The object to which the force is applied must move in the direction of the force in order for work to be done.


What is needed to make an object move or to make an object change direction or to stop the motion of an object?

Force is what makes objects move or changes their motion.


In what direction does the image move when the slide is moved to the left?

The movement is rectangular from left to right.