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    1)bacteria are prokaryotes.Knowing this,what can you say about the relative sizes of prokaryotes and eukaryotes?

    2)to see the details of bacteria clearly,what amount of magnification do you think we would need?explain your reasoning clearly?

    3)for a eukaryotic cell,name at least three organelles that you could not see with the light microscope in lab.what does this tell you about the size of those organelles,compared to a bacteria?

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    1) Prokaryotes are approximately 10 times smaller than eukaryotic cells. bacteria are typically in the 1-10 micrometer range and eukaryotic cells in the 10-100 micrometer ...

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    This solution describes the relative sizes of eukaryotes and prokaryotes, and the relative sizes of intracellular organelles, in relation to what can be observed with a light microscope.