What is the total magnification of a microscope with to lenses when one lens has a magnification of 15 and the other lens has a magnification of 30?
In a compound microscope you multiply the magnification of the two lenses, so 15 x 30 = 450.
What is total magnification of the microscope with two lenses when one lens has a magnification of 15 percent and the other lens has a magnification of 30x?
What is the total magnification of a microscope with two lenses when one lens has a magnification of ten and the other lens has a magnification of forty five?
Why arent the magnifications of both ocular lenses of a binocular microscope used to calculate total magnifications?
The parts of a compound microscope that magnify the image are the lenses. A compound microscope is called compound because it has several lenses. The two main lenses are the ocular lens or eyepiece and the objective lenses. The total magnification of a microscope is determined by multiplying the power of the ocular lens by the power of the objective lens. For example, an ocular of 10x used with an objective of 100x gives 1000…
This depend on type of microscope and in particular which specific model it is. High power may refer to the microscopes ability to enlarge a lot, not that it actually consumes power. In this understanding of the term, the microscope in question might have two separate but combined lenses of which the total magnification can be calculated from. It may have an objective lens and an eye piece lens, both of which that might be…