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a single cell has a radius of 15 micrometers a volume of 14.1 picoliter and a mass of 15.5 nanograms. what is the density of the cell?
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a single cell has a radius of 15 micrometers a volume of 14.1 picoliter and a mass of 15.5 nanograms. what is the density of the cell?
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JusaquikieBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
ok i need the density in g/mL but when i think i messing up my conversion when i do the calculation i get 1099 which should be g/L i think. ok i see now how they get 1.10 now i was changing both not just the liters.
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sammy2lammmyBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
@Jusaquikie Uh, I believe once you change the units: dw:1354925111992:dw So I don't see it...
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