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No. It would have a magnification of 400. The resolution is not directly related to the magnification. It could be higher or lower.
A microscope is an optical device which is used to view very small objects. A compound microscope enlarges images up to 1,500 times.
A microscope magnifies or enlarges the specimen 100 times from its actual size with clarity. With this, it will be easier to build character on the specimen that is under study.
A simple microscope has only one lens and can magnify an object up to 15 times the object's size. A compound microscope has two lenses and can magnify an object more than 2,000 times.
the plant is a mineral that has only two or some times three seeds to each pod and that is why you would need a microscope to see the small microscopic seeds
No. The resolution states how close two points can be, while you can still distinguish them as distinct points. A greater enlargement - making something look 400 times larger - may or may not help to improve the resolution. (An exaggerated enlargement may make the image larger, but blurry.)
transmission microscopes. they can magnify an object 1 million times.
the object will appear 20 times larger
it can magnify an object up to 30 times it can magnify an object's appearance by 30 times