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How are haploid cells denoted? A. 1/2 n B. n C. 2 n D. 3 n

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    c

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    there answer is b, which is n, 2n denotes diploid.

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    It is b, haploid is 1 set of chromosomes, diploid is 2 sets of chromosomes

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    I got B because haploid is 1 and n is just one hope that helps :)

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    Definitely B..Haploid contains only single set of chromosome .(a n cell) C is Diploid coz Diploid a cell containing two homologous set of chromosomes , one set inherited from each parent.( a 2n cell).

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    it's 1/2 n;;;;;;means half no. of choromosomes

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