Posted by **Micheala** on Monday, September 10, 2012 at 11:59am.

A cell is 1/1,000 of an inch. How many cells in an average human body, which is 66 inches (5'6")?

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**Steve**, Monday, September 10, 2012 at 2:24pm
there are 1000 cells/inch

so, in 66 inches, there are 66000 cells

This is a poorly worded problem, however, since it does not say anything about width and depth. It appears that a cell is considered to be a thin slice, 1/000" thick, across the whole body.

BOGUS problem!

Or, you have not included everything given. :-(

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