# Calculating Length and Width of an Object in Micrometers

## What is the correct length and width of the object in micrometers?

1) Length: 15 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 99 πºm, Width: 9 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 60 πºm

2) Length: 15 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 60 πºm, Width: 9 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 99 πºm

3) Length: 99 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 15 πºm, Width: 60 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 9 πºm

4) Length: 60 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 9 πºm, Width: 99 ocular units X 6.6 πºm = 15 πºm

Final answer: The correct length and width of the object in micrometers are calculated by multiplying the number of ocular units by the conversion factor of 6.6 μm.

## Answer:

The correct measurements for the length and width of the object in micrometers are: Length: 99 μm Width: 60 μm

Explanation: The calculation for determining the length and width of the object in micrometers involves multiplying the number of ocular units observed through a microscope by the conversion factor of 6.6 μm. This ensures accurate measurements in micrometers based on the observed units.

The provided options included incorrect calculations that did not correctly apply the conversion factor, leading to inaccurate measurements. By selecting the option that multiplies the ocular units by 6.6 μm correctly, we arrive at the correct measurements of 99 μm for the length and 60 μm for the width of the object.