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E. coli is an interesting bacteria. It can reproduce asexually, which means that a bacterium does not need a partner to reproduce. Under ideal conditions, a small population of e. coli can double every 20 minutes. Assuming that the ideal conditions are met, about how long would it take for a single e. coli bacterium to create an ecoli colony with more than 10000 bacteria? Show your work.

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E. coli is an interesting bacteria. It can reproduce asexually,
which means that a bacterium does not need a partner to reproduce.
Under ideal conditions, a small population of e. coli can double
every 20 minutes. Assuming that the ideal conditions are met, about
how long would it take for a single e. coli bacterium to create a
colony with more than 10,000 bacteria?
a. 100 min
b. 180 min
c. 270 min
d. 800 min

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