# math

How do you calculate the total number cells in a human body given that a cell is 1/1,000 of an inch in diameter and the average human body is 66 inches?

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1. If you assume the human body is similar to a cylinder, you could start with the equation below, but you are still missing the height.

d/2 = r

V = π r^2 h

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2. 4678930222222

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3. the answer is obviously 37.2 and anyone who wants to know should ask me!!!! aka anonymous

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