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Homework Help: Science/Math

Posted by sheshe on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 5:11pm.

I have to figure out what percentasge of time each cell is in a phase. I have 5 phases. That equal to 36 cells in each phase. 1st phase 20 cells 2nd phase 10 cells 3rd phase 3 cells 4th phase 2 cells 5th pase 1 cell. This is based on a 24 hour period and each cell added together has to equal 100%.
How would I calculate this to find out how much time each cell spent in each phase? Thanks

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