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## How do you calculate the number of mitotic divisions?

The cell will have to divide 7 times mitotically, to form 128 cells. The number of times a cell will have to divide mitotically is calculated by the **formula 2n**, where n is the number of times the cell is dividing.

## What is mitotic generation?

Mitosis occurs in **somatic cells**; this means that it takes place in all types of cells that are not involved in the production of gametes. … Because the genes contained in the duplicate chromosomes are transferred to each successive cellular generation, all mitotic progeny are genetically similar.

## How many mitosis generations are needed to produce 32 cells?

**5 successive** generations of mitosis must occur to produce 32 cells.

## What is mitotic count?

To find the mitotic rate, **the number of cells dividing in a certain amount of cancer tissue is counted**. Mitotic rate is used to help find the stage of melanoma (a type of skin cancer) and other types of cancer. Higher mitotic rates are linked with lower survival rates. Also called MR.

## How many mitotic divisions and generations are there?

Number of mitotic divisions required for formation of n number of cells is n-1. 2. Number of generations (n) of mitosis for producing ‘x’ cells is **2^n**.

## How many generations of mitosis are required for 64 cells?

From 64 cells expecting the last formed cell , we can say that **63 mitotic** division could take place.

## How many generations of mitosis are there?

A single mitotic division of oNe cell produces twO cells. 2nd division of this two cells produces 4 cells and so on. 2^n = Number Of cells after n divisions. Thus **7 generations** of mitosis yields 128 cells from a single cell.

## How many mitotic generations are required to produce 256 cells?

Complete solution:

So we can conclude that **eight mitotic** divisions are required to produce $256$ daughters/somatic cells.