You calculate the diameter of the field of view under a 4x objective to be 5 mm. What is the diameter of the field of view under a 40x objective?
0.02 mm
4 mm
0.5 mm
2 mm
0.2 mm
To calculate the Field of View Diameter under high power the formula mentioned below can be used.
Diameter (under Low Power) X Magnification of Low power objective
Magnification of High Power objective
Substituting from the above question we get : 5 mm x 4X = 2O = 0.5 mm
40X 40
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