Mathematics, 21.06.2019 17:30, kaliebeckp8vqrs

# 11. a particular type of cell doubles in number every hour. which function can be used to find the number of cells present at the end of h hours if there are initially 4 of these cells? a. n = 4 ()" b. n = 4(2)" c. n = 4 + (2)" din = 4 +"

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Business, 02.07.2019 01:10, yasminothman02

Acommon inhabitant of human intestines is the bacterium escherichia coli. a cell of this bacterium in a nutrient-broth medium divides into two cells every 20 minutes. the initial population of a culture is 66 cells.(a) find the relative growth rate. (assume t is measured in hours.) k = (b) find an expression for the number of cells after t hours. p(t) = (c) find the number of cells after 8 hours. cells (d) find the rate of growth after 8 hours. (round your answer to three decimal places.) billion cells per hour (e) when will the population reach 20,000 cells? (round your answer to two decimal places.) hr

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Biology, 24.07.2019 04:30, blancasimon239

The table below provides the number of chromosomes found in the body cells of various types of organisms. diploid chromosome number fruit fly 8 human 46 goldfish 94 which of the following is the best explanation for why the chromosome numbers above are all even? the diploid chromosome number represents two sets of chromosomes, one from each parent, so it is always an even number. animal cells always have an even number of chromosomes, and plant cells always have an odd number of chromosomes. the diploid chromosome number is always even to ensure that equal numbers of chromosomes end up in each daughter cell during meiosis. the number of chromosomes present in a diploid cell doubles for each generation because there are two parents.

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