What are the parts and the function of a microscope?

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1. Eyepiece. Contains a magnifying lens that focuses the image from the objective into your eye. 2. Course Adjust. For focusing under low magnification. 3. Fine Adjust. For focusing under high magnification or low. 4. Low Power Objective. For large
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