Calculate the percentage of the cell cycle spent in each stage.
Number of cells in given stage ÷ total number of cells counted × 100 = % of the cell cycle spent in this stage
Create a graph that represents the time spent in each stage of the cell cycle.
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I have the numbers here...Interphase 34
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whats the total number of cells counter here?
idk,.... i'm so lost
just add all the numbers
oh lol thats a typo
look at the numbers they gave u =.=
thats 50 exactly
There's a total of 50 cells. Using the formula, here are the %'s for each phase
Interphase = 68%
Prophase = 16%
Metaphase = 6%
Anaphase = 4%
Telophase = 4%
Cytokinesis = 2%
And that all equals a perfect 100% so easy peasy.
okay now graph that
Thank you both for helping me!
make sure you label your stages in order
You'd probably have to use a pie chart
i dont know much about bio, but iif u know exactly the order these stages go in
you might get a nice looking exponential curve
Can I make a pie chart of it? and how do I do that?
idk usually pie charts are used for percentages so i think she should use that?
thank you both for your help. I really was helped a lot!