# How do I do this question ???

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A type of malignant tumour cell divides every 8 hours. box
Starting with one of these cells, how many tumour cells will be present after 4 weeks?
Assume none of these cells will die.
answer is 1.9/1.93 x 10^25 =
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1 year ago
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1) find out how many hours are in 4 weeks (4 wks = 28 days, 28x24 =672)

2) next find out how many cell divisions will there be in 672 hours (672/8 = 84)

3) then find out how many cells you will have after 84 divisions (2^84) = 1.93x10^25
(Original post by shum1614)
A type of malignant tumour cell divides every 8 hours. box
Starting with one of these cells, how many tumour cells will be present after 4 weeks?
Assume none of these cells will die.
answer is 1.9/1.93 x 10^25 =
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5 days ago
#3
Is it 2 to the power of 84? I can't tell becuase of the symbol
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