# Cells - Cell structure - 3.2.1.6 - Cell Calculations and AIM Triangle Flashcards

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1
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Identify what is missing from the unit conversion diagram.

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2
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How do we calculate the miagnificaiton of an image?

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Magnification = Image Size ÷ Actual Size

3
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1 m in µm =

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1 x 106 µm

4
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What can we use to help rearrange the equations for calculating image size, actual size and magnificaiton?

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5
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Identify what is missing from the unit conversion diagram.

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6
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How should you calculate magnificaiton if there is a ‘scale bar’ present on a photomicrograph?

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You are given the Actual Size next to the scale bar

Measure the Image Size using a ruler

Magnificaiton = Image Size ÷ Actual Size

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1 nm in m =

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1 x 10-9 m

8
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1 m in nm =

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1 x 109 nm

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Identify what is missing from the unit conversion diagram.

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10
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1 µm in m =

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1 x 10-6 m

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Identify what is missing from the unit conversion diagram.

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12
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1 mm in m =

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1 x 10-3 m

13
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How can we calculate the size of the image being observed through microscope?

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Image Size = Actual Size x Magnification

14
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When doing cell calculation you should make sure that you are working in which units?

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Micrometres

15
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Identify what is missing from the unit conversion diagram.

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16
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Identify what is missing from the unit conversion diagram.

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17
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1 m in mm =

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1x103 mm

18
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How do we calculate the actual size of an image observed through a microscope?

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Actual Size = Image Size ÷ Magnification