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When magnified 1,000 times by an electron microscope, the image of a certain circular piece of tissue has a diameter of 0.5 centimeter. The actual diameter of the tissue, in centimeters, is

(A) 0.005
(B) 0.002
(C) 0.001
(D) 0.0005
(E) 0.0002
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It is very easy if x is the diameter, then the magnified length is 1000x.
ince 1000x=0.5 then x=0.5/1000=0.0005.
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When magnified 1,000 times by an electron microscope, the image of a certain circular piece of tissue has a diameter of 0.5 centimeter. The actual diameter of the tissue, in centimeters, is

(A) 0.005
(B) 0.002
(C) 0.001
(D) 0.0005
(E) 0.0002


Diameter of circular piece of tissue is \(0.5\) cm when magnified \(1000\) times.

Actual diameter of circular piece of tissue without magnification would be \(= \frac{0.5}{1000} = 0.0005\) cms

Answer (D)...


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