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if a hydrogen atom mass is 1.6 X 10^-24 and a human cell mas is 8.88 X 10^-9 how many times heavier is a human cell? why when i do it do i get a decimal? isn't X10^-9 a lot bigger than X10^-24?
Guest Feb 15, 2012
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10ì-9 is a lot bigger than 10^-24, in fact:

( 8.88 * 10^(-9))/(1.6 * 10^(-24)) = 5.55 * 10^15
Guest Feb 15, 2012

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