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1aOrder the following steps of microscope use.

A. Observe the specimen under low power; resolve with the fine adjustment.

B. Raise the stage; observe under scanning power; focus with coarse adjustment; resolve with fine adjustment.

C. Observe the specimen under high power dry; resolve with the fine adjustment.

D. Lower the stage; place the slide on the stage.

E. Observe carefully using oil under high power oil immersion; resolve only with fine adjustment.


E, C , A, D, B


D, E, C. A. B


D, B, A, C, E


A, D, B, C, E

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