The length of a bacterial cell is about 3 x 10−6 m, and the length of an amoeba cell is about 4.5 x 10−4 m. How many times smaller

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The length of a bacterial cell is about 3 x 10−6 m, and the length of an amoeba cell is about 4.5 x 10−4 m. How many times smaller is the bacterial cell than the amoeba cell? Write the final answer in scientific notation with the correct number of significant digits.

a 2 x 102
b 2 x 103
c 0.7 x 101
d 6.67 x 102

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Tryphena 3 weeks 2023-01-09T14:39:37+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2023-01-09T14:41:04+00:00
    The bacteria is about 6.67 * 10⁻³ smaller than the amoeba cell

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    An equation is an expression that shows the relationship between two or more numbers and variables. An independent variable is a variable that does not depend on other variables while a dependent variable is a variable that depends on other variables.
    The  length of a bacterial cell is about 3 x 10⁻⁶ m, and the length of an amoeba cell is about 4.5 x 10⁻⁴ m, hence:
    Ratio of bacteria to amoeba =  3 x 10⁻⁶ m / 4.5 x 10⁻⁴ m = 6.67 * 10⁻³
    The bacteria is about 6.67 * 10⁻³ smaller than the amoeba cell
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