1 Low power
2 High power
3 high power
It is focused on the largest area of vision by being the most "zoomed out", so you are looking at a much greater area than the high power field of view.
Which power(low or high)will allow you to see more of the object?
The reason it is more difficult is that the 'field of view' is much smaller, the higher the objective power. In other words, you don't have to be so exactly 'on target' with a lower objective power, as the field of view is larger in proportion to the object being viewed, so the object can be farther off to one side or the other, and still be seen. Once found in the lower power field, center the object in the field and then switch to the higher power- the object should then be in the higher power field of view. This is true for microscopes and telescopes, as well as any instrument that magnifies at different powers of magnification.
Which power(low or high)will magnify the object more?
4000X, but if you buy a better objective lens and the like, it could reach well over 5000X. However, no matter how much you magnify, your specimen will still be unclear and will always seem out of focus because of the way light behaves under such high magnification. Staining techniques and the use of oil submersions are just as important as magnification if you want to distinguish between the organelles or certain features of the specimen.
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