# MICROANATOMY

## INTRODUCTION TO MICROSCOPY CELL BIOLOGY

### DIFFERENTIATED CELL

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Magnification =
 A Magnification = size of image x size of real object B Magnification = size of real object / size of image C Magnification = size of image / size of real object D Magnification = size of real object x size of image
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -Magnification = image size / actual size. Actual size = image size / magnification. Image size = magnification x actual size.

Detailed explanation-2: -The formula for calculating magnification is simply the size of the object in the microscope divided by the actual size of the object. For example, if a cell is viewed under a microscope and appears to be 10 times larger than its actual size, the magnification would be 10x.

Detailed explanation-3: -Calculation of Actual Size: To calculate the actual size of a magnified specimen, the equation is simply rearranged: Actual Size = Image size (with ruler) รท Magnification.

Detailed explanation-4: -The ratio of the height of an image ( ) to the height of an object ( ) is defined as the magnification of a lens. Also, magnification is equal to the ratio of image distance to that of object distance. The formula is m = h i h o .

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