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11. Why should specimens to be viewed under the microscope need to be thin? A. The image will be very -

11. Why should specimens to be viewed under the microscope need to be thin? A. The image will be very -

11. Why should specimens to be viewed under the microscope need to be thin? A. The image will be very clear. B. The LPO can be used to focus. C. Light can pass through the specimen D. The image will be magnified. 12. Why is it necessary to add a drop of water on the specimen when preparing a wet mount? A. To wet the specimen. B. The water will enlarge the image. C. The water makes the image clear. D. The water will re-invert the image of the specimen. 13.In viewing a specimen a specimen under the microscope, which objective lens should you start with? A. LPO lens B. HPO lens C. medium lens D. oil immersion lens 14. Looking through the eyepiece, you have noticed that the specimen is moving to the right. What is the actual movement of the specimen? A. The specimen is moving upward. B. The specimen is moving in the same direction. C. The specimen is moving to the left. D. The specimen is moving downward. 15. Which of the following steps does NOT involve focusing a specimen under the microscope? A. Use the fine adjustment knob to obtain a clear image. B. Adjust the stage if the specimen is not centered under the objective. C. Lower the body tube to set to LPO. D. Determine the magnification of the microscope.​

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