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What is "t" ?

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Old 04-16-2013, 10:45 PM
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Default What is "t" ?



Hello,

I could not know where to ask this. The people I asked, have no any idea.
Hope, someone here, can help me.

There is a table of "Ranks and colony counts(CFU/mL) of culture media for isolating 10 Propionibacterium acnes and Actinomyces israeli ".


In the table, colony counts given like 2.25t6 or 4.25t5 etc.. What does "t" equal in here?

Thanks in advance.

PS: I am not interested in Microbiology. Just saw this table and wanted to understand it.

If you would like to see the table: oi48.tinypic.com/8y52yc.jpg
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Default Re: What is "t" ?

I've never seen the use of "t" like this. But it could be that it is used as an exponent such as E is used in calculators and excel. That's my best guess.
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