Problem: Bacteria vary somewhat in size, but a diameter of 2.1 m is not unusual.You may want to review (Pages 6 - 7) . For related problemsolving tips and strategies, you may want to view a Video Tutor Solution of Converting volume units.What would be the volume (in cubic centimeters) of such a bacterium, assuming that it is spherical?What would be the surface area (in square millimeters) of such a bacterium, assuming that it is spherical?

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Bacteria vary somewhat in size, but a diameter of 2.1 m is not unusual.

You may want to review (Pages 6 - 7) .

For related problemsolving tips and strategies, you may want to view a Video Tutor Solution of Converting volume units.

What would be the volume (in cubic centimeters) of such a bacterium, assuming that it is spherical?

What would be the surface area (in square millimeters) of such a bacterium, assuming that it is spherical?

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