microbiology

Dilution Dilution Factor Colony Count

1:10000 10000 4720
1:50000 50000 1020
1:250000 250000 194
1:1000000 1000000 23

can you tell me how to calculate the colony count of the hypothetical water sample is _______CFU per ml.Thanks!

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