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20 October, 18:54

Compare and contrast the structure and function of a compound light microscope and a dissecting microscope.

Both are electron microscopes, but the dissecting microscope has a higher magnification than the compound light microscope.

Both are electron microscopes, but the compound light microscope can view only nonliving things.

Both are light microscopes, but the compound light microscope has a higher magnification than the dissecting microscope.

Both are light microscopes, but the dissecting microscope can view only nonliving things.

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  1. 20 October, 19:22
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    Both of the microscopes are the same ... Because the dissecting and compound light microscopes can only view nonliving things ... And both of then have a higher magnification ...
  2. 20 October, 19:45
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    C: Both are light microscopes, but the compound light microscope has a higher magnification than the dissecting microscope.

    Explanation:

    The Dissecting microscope is a light microscope and so is the compound light microscope. The Dissecting Microscope can zoom up to 40 times the size of the organism while the compound light microscope can zoom up to 400 times the size and sometimes 1000 times the size of the organism
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