In a lab experiment, 490 bacteria are placed in a petri dish. The conditions are such that the number of bacteria is able to double every 29 hours. How many bacteria

would there be after 8 hours, to the nearest whole number?

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would there be after 8 hours, to the nearest whole number?

A)26•2=52there are 2 sides with the same length116-52=64the other 2 side have to be half of 64 each64/2=32the width is 32b)make two sentences about these steps because your teacher knows how you write and explain things.

Why are u not just putting the numbers this is to much

15% chance.

step-by-step explanation:

3/10 times, the 5 year old will get a tablet. 5/10 times, the 13 yer old will get a tablet. multiply both fractions to get 15/100 times, both would have a tablet.

i think the length is 12 and the width is 17