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by teacher: Alfonso Gonzalez
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My team and I learned how to use a microscope. To move and see you experiment correctly you have to move the object the opposite way. Like if you wanted to move the object down you would have to move it up. The microscope lens magnifies up to 40 times. To find something under a microscope there are too knobs one is big and one is small. The bigger one is for moving the stage up and down so you can see the object better. The smaller one is to is the field Is the make the image clearer so you can see everything better.I thing the composite microscope is better because you don't have to move stuff opposite to adjust you experiment so you can is it. It's not as confusing and way easier.
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