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This is mathematics, but I can try to help you.
Firstly, Mitosis cannot happen without cytokinesis. Mitosis is known as the process a cell goes through to produce 2 new cell nuclei. If cytokinesis did not happen but mitosis did, then one cell would have 2 nuclei in it.
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Next time try to post in the Biology forum so that way things stay more organized.
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Thanks! I posted it in biology and no one helped me so i closed it and did it again and had the same results. I'm always on the math section so i know people help here so i decided to post my question to math to get help.