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    I don't get how the answer to Q4.34 part b is 16 x 10^6.

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    One division= 2x10^6
    Two divisions= 4x10^6
    Three divisions= 8x10^6
    Four divisions= 16x10^6

    The total number doubles every time each cell divides.
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    One division= 2x10^6
    Two divisions= 4x10^6
    Three divisions= 8x10^6
    Four divisions= 16x10^6

    The total number doubles every time each cell divides.
    Thanks, but got this figured out last night.
 
 
 
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