Q: Approximate number of cells in the human body in scientific notation?

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that's two raised to 60... use a scientific calculator...

Think! What if the magic square had an even number of cells. There's your answer.

-- Select the range of cells.-- Pull down Format \ Cells \ Number \ Decimal Places: (fill in '3')

Exponential growth implies that the rate of growth increases as time passes. So, it's not that "one cell" becomes "two cells" in two seconds and "three cells" in three seconds - that's linear growth. If you plot a chart of "Number of cells" against "Time" or "Number of cycles", the number of cells increases with a ratio greater than 1:1 each time unit or cycle.

Setting the number of decimal places, in the number format, to 2.

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The approximate ratio of red blood cells to white blood cells in blood is about 600:1. This means there are about 600 red blood cells for every one white blood cell in a given volume of blood.

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In 1cm3 of blood, there are 5,000,000,000 red blood cells and 8,000,000 white blood cells. Meaning a ratio of 5000 to 8.

The scientific name for the blood cells that carry oxygen to the body's cells is erythrocytes.

The scientific name for white blood cells is leukocytes.

Yes you can enter a number as text in which case you can enter I believe up to 256 digits. or you can enter 15 single digits numbers into 15 different cells or you can enter a single 15 digit number in a single cell (this is the physical limit set by the software on how many digits a number can be allowed to have) though it will most likely be displayed in scientific notation unless you format it differently.

Epidermal cells.