Compair the image of letter that you see using your unaided eye with you see through the microcope


In the microscope you see a better view because the microscope has magnification. While, just using your naked eye you can't see anything.

Using our unaided eye, the letter is just in its normal size, it's not inverted (vertical) and didn't turned upside down, while using the microscope, the letter is in upside down and it's inverted. 

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