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Calculating total magnification is pretty simple. Take the magnification of the eyepiece and multiply by the magnification of the objective. So in this case 10x x 4x = 40x.

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It would be 40x just multiply 4x10.

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Q: What is the total magnification if the objective lens is 4x and the ocular lens is 10x?
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