What types of lens would you use to magnify your view of a butterfly?
a concave lense
You would use a convex lens.
You want to magnify a butterfly so that you can see the colorful scales on its wings. Should you use a concave or convex lens?
Concave lenses do not magnify, making the choice simple.
It depends on what magnification the ocular lens is (usually 10x), then you multiply that by the objective lens magnification (what you said to be 40x). So the microscope would magnify your specimen by 400 times.
Magnifying glasses use convex lenses
Convex lenses magnify objects mainly through its ability to bend light. These types of lenses are thicker at the middle. The other lens type is a concave lens.
The eyepiece of the telescope doesn't magnify the object, but it does magnify the real image of the object that forms at the focus of the primary lens or mirror.
There are two basic types of telescopes; refracting and reflecting. Refractor telescopes use lenses to magnify the image, while reflector telescopes use curved mirrors to magnify the image. Both types of telescopes use eyepiece lenses to focus the image, but only refractor telescopes use the lens to magnify the image. Refractor telescopes are small and portable, but all really powerful astronomical telescopes are reflecting.
Magnify the image from the objective lens.
* A convex lens.
The ocular lens magnify the image 10x.
No, it spreads light out.
Lens is not actually as objective as it is irritable
Diopter is a unit of measurement of the power of a lens. The word "Magnify" is a verb that is defined as making something appear larger than it is with a lens or microscope.
== == It is used to magnify/ or make things appear closer? to magnify small objects
By using a hand lens/magnifying glass or by using a microscope Olga Uganhoffen
to magnify it closer
It acts as a focal lens on a telescope or microscope, to magnify the image created by the primary or objective lens.
yes it magnifies.object should be placed between the focus & center of curvature of lens
Magnify means to enhance or enlarge an object to make it look bigger than it is. A sample sentence is: "They used a lens to magnify the images on the map".
It helps magnify the picture!
microscopes use the lens
Both magnify images
The similarities between a hand lens and a microscope is that they both magnify the specimen.
This is related to a change in the direction of the light - this is called refraction.
the answer is that it has a convex lens which magnify the image that you are looking at.
NO, It reduces it's image size
The objective lens in a microscope helps to magnify the object being viewed on the slide. The objective lens can be rotated to change the magnification of the lens and yield a different view.
the ocular lens is the eyepiece of where you'd look into and where the light is mirrored to. Just the ocular lens itself already has 10x magnification. Magnify the image from the objective lens.
a lens magnifies an object by using the pupal of your eyes and the glass from the lens to look up close. a lens magnifies an object by using the pupal of your eyes and the glass from the lens to look up close.
A 300mm lens is a telephoto lens, which will magnify the subject. It used to be that a 300mm lens was actually 300mm long, but with the use of compound lenses, they can be shorter, but have a "virtual" length of 300mm. On a 35mm camera, about 50mm is the "natural" lens size -- most cameras come with a 50mm lens. You can divide 300mm by 50mm to find out how much it magnifies from… Read More
A hand lens is used to magnify an object. It is used to get a closer look at small features or objects.
The image magnification is done by a curved lens (concave) and the larger image is focused by a separate lens above it.
You use it to magnify an object.You can not see it with your naked eye.
They both magnify what youre looking at through them.
A hand held magnifying glass.
The objective lens in a microscope is mainly used to magnify an object. In a telescope, the objective lens is mainly used to gather light.
How many times does a compound light microscope with an ocular lens of 12x and an objective lens of 44 magnify objects?
12 * 44 = 528X ======
the magnifying glass has a convex lens and it curves to magnify objects.
sunglasses, microscope, hand lens/magnify glass
to magnify something, and to focus light
It means the lens will magnify the object by a factor of four
You need a convex lens to magnify an image.
Hand lens is mainly used to magnify things. It can be used in daily life, police work, scientific research, and more.
These are the parts present in a microscope which magnify the object under it. These parts are generally lens.
Depends how much you magnify it! Check the lens!
It is an optical microscope.
The light that goes through the lens of telescope is bent, or "refracted", to create the image that we see. Other types of telescopes, called "reflecting telescopes" or just "reflectors" use curved mirrors to magnify and focus the light. In these cases, the light bounces from one mirror to another, before going THROUGH a refracting lens to focus the image.
Yes, the cow has eyes that magnify what it sees. While the eyes are only controlled by four muscles, their lens are thick in the middle instead of the edges similar to a magnifying glass.
You can grind glass or plastic. For fun you can make a good lens out of ice.
The lens is a convex shape which allows it to concentrate and magnify light which passes through it.