# PreCal HW Help?

A colony of 2^120 bacteria occupies a total volume of 1.3 times 10^5 meters cubed. The surface area of a planet is approximately 6.84 times 10^14 meters squared.
a. Assume that the bacteria are distributed uniformly over the planet's surface. How deep would the bacterial layer be? (You can find the...
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A colony of 2^120 bacteria occupies a total volume of 1.3 times 10^5 meters cubed. The surface area of a planet is approximately 6.84 times 10^14 meters squared.

a. Assume that the bacteria are distributed uniformly over the planet's surface. How deep would the bacterial layer be? (You can find the approximate depth by dividing the bacteria volume by the planet's surface area.)

(Round to the nearest thousandth as needed.)

a. Assume that the bacteria are distributed uniformly over the planet's surface. How deep would the bacterial layer be? (You can find the approximate depth by dividing the bacteria volume by the planet's surface area.)

(Round to the nearest thousandth as needed.)

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