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Homework Help: Biology

Posted by Lily on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 6:27am.

Hey! :)
When looking at the surface area to volume ratio of a cell it's meant to be that the larger this ratio the more efficient the cell is in diffusion etc. I don't get how a ratio of 6:1 though could be the larger ratio in comparison to 54:27...Im just confused with this...to me 54:27 looks like it should be seen as the larger ratio?
Any help would be very much appreciated :)
Thanks!

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