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Every time a cell divides, it doubles in number...so, after the first division the single cell turns into 2.

then 4

then 8

then 16

then 32

then 64

then 128

so, it must divide 7 times to reach 128.

Q: How many cell divisions does it take to go from 1 to 128?

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128 floz/gallon 8 floz/cup 128*2/8=128/4=32 cups

at 128 ounces per gallon, you need 600/128 = 4.7 gallons,or about 5 gallons

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Parent cell 1st division: 2 cells2nd division: 4 cells3rd division: 8 cells4th division: 16 cells5th division: 32 cells6th division: 64 cells7th division: 128 cells8th division: 256 cells9th division: 512 cells

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128 floz/gallon 8 floz/cup 128*2/8=128/4=32 cups

at 128 ounces per gallon, you need 600/128 = 4.7 gallons,or about 5 gallons

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