What Is the Total Magnification of the Ocular Lens Is 10 X and the Objective Lens Is 100 X?

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This is pretty easy and you actually stated the equation in your question. the total magnification of the ocular lens if it is 10 X and the objective lens is 100X is one thousand.
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To find the total magnification, multiply the objective magnification by the ocular magnification. Therefore, 100*15=1500x.
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1000x. Just multiply the two together. I'm pretty sure. For example: ocular lens 10x with 4x objective lens would be 40x total magnification.
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What level of magnification needed to see bacteria? You will need to use the 100x objective lens plus 10x in the ocular lens which yields a total of 1000x to see some bacteria Good
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