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Mirror Formula and Magnification | CK-12 Foundation

Feb 18, 2016 ... This physics text was created using CK-12 resources to be seed content for a complete ... Where \begin{align*}f\end{align*} is the focal length of the mirror, ... a) the location of the real image, and b) the magnification of the image. ... c) Use the mirror/lens equation to calculate \begin{align*}v\end{align*}.

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What is the significance of the numerical aperture of a microscope to ...

Numerical aperture is not directly related to magnification. If you have two objectives with the same magnification but different numerical apertures, the image in the eyepiece ... As a newbie to microscopes, I have been trying to look at hair under a ... In amateur astronomy we take the objective's diameter in mm, multiply it by ...

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The Scale of Things – Nanometers and More

10-20 μm. Head of a pin. 1-2 mm. Quantum corral of 48 iron atoms on copper surface ... Corral diameter 14 nm. Human hair. ~ 60-120 μm wide. Ant. ~ 5 mm ... 100 nm. 1 micrometer (μm). 0.01 mm. 10 μm. 0.1 mm. 100 μm. 1 millimeter (mm) ... incidentally formed – engineered nanomaterials with dimensions of less than 100.

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Formula:   \text{ magnification }= \frac{\text{Average observed width }}{\text{ real width }}

\text{ real width }= \frac{\text{Average observed width }}{\text{ magnification }}

Given that

Average of width of the hair = 3.5 mm

Magnification m = 100

Thickness of the hair   = ?

Hence, real thickness of the hair = \frac{3.5}{100} mm

= 0.035 mm