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###### A typical human cell is approximately 11.0O um in diameter and enclosed by membrane that is 6.000 nm thick: What is the volume of the cell including the membrane? To simplify the calculations, model the cell as sphere_total volume:992 x1OIncorrectWhat is the volume of the cell membrane?-12 2.3 xlOmembrane volume:IncorrectWhat percent of the total volume does its membrane occupy?membrane percentage: 0.329um}uni

A typical human cell is approximately 11.0O um in diameter and enclosed by membrane that is 6.000 nm thick: What is the volume of the cell including the membrane? To simplify the calculations, model the cell as sphere_ total volume: 992 x1O Incorrect What is the volume of the cell membrane? -12 2.3 xlO membrane volume: Incorrect What percent of the total volume does its membrane occupy? membrane percentage: 0.329 um} uni

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