The mitotic phase of the human cell cycle takes approximately 1 hour. What percentage of the 24-hour cell cycle is the mitotic phase?

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Divide the amount of time the mitotic phase takes by the # of hours in the cell cycle, multiply by 100% to get the answer.

#1/24*100%=4.17%#

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It should be #~~4.167%#

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Since the phase takes about #1# #"hour"#, and the cell cycle takes #24# #"hours"#, you divide #1# by #24#.

#1/24=0.041bar66#

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About #4.167%#

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