Calculating Magnification

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How to calculate magnification with examples.

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July 2016
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January 2016
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May 2012
Useful homework or recap worksheet. Thanks.
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October 2011
great resource. thanks a ton
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August 2010
in your worked example you refer to the actual size of image, do you mean actual size of specimen? Could you post a word version of this so that I could alter the wording slightly? <br/> <br/>I do think however, that this is a really well laid out resource and will prove very helpful, many thanks
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August 2010
Nice job - well laid out and a good classroom activity. thanks!
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August 2010
really very useful, the I am triangle works well. Thank you.
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September 2009
Just what I was looking for- thank you!!
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August 2009
Thank you this is really useful
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February 2009
I really like the idea about using the triangle. Nice work. Thanks