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There are 7.0 x 10^6 red blood cells in 1.0 mm^3 of blood. How many red blood cells are in 1 L of blood?

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    1 L = 1000 cc.
    1000 cc x (10 mm/cm) x (10 mm/cm) x (10 mm/cm) = 1E6 mm^3
    7.0E6 red blood cells/mm^3 x 1E6 mm^3 = ?

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