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# Unit conversions - milliliters per minute to milliliters per sec

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Normally, women possess about 4.5 million red blood cells in each cubic millimeter of blood. If the blood flow through the heart is 250 milliliters per minute, how many red blood cells flow through a women's heart each second?

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#### Solution Preview

It is given that there are
4.5 million red blood cells in each cubic millimeter of blood.

==> 4.5 million cells in 1 mm^3 of blood.

The rate of blood flow through heart is,

250 milliliters per ...

#### Solution Summary

The conversion from milliliters per minute to milliliters per second is determined in the solution. The solution contains all the conversion factors.

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