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The dimensions of each corner square in the haemocytometer are 0.1 cm x 0.1 cm x 0.01 cm. (Hint: 1 cm3 = 1 mL) a) Calculate the volume of a corner square. b) Calculate the density of the cells in your tube (in cells/mL). c) What volume of your cells suspension would you need to pipet if you wanted to seed 1000 cells into 1 WELL of a 6-well plate (well volume = 1 mL)? Provide your answer in microliters (µL). SHOW FULL WORK.
I am not sure how to do c,any tips?

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