When you move a slide from left to right on a microscope, what way does the image move?

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When looking at an object through a microscope, if you move the slide to the left the slide will move left and if you move the slide right it will move right when looking through it.
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When looking through a microscope, if you move the slide left, the image will move right, and vice versa.
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It appears as if it is moving to the right.
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If an image is located in the lower right hand corner of the field view of a microscope, how would you move the slide to center the
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Yes, you are looking at an up-side-down image. It's the physics of optics. You can correct it by adding prisms but it will cost you contrast and add chromatic admiration to the image
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