Dental Formula for a Human?

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Human dental formula refers to the formula that records the number of all types of teeth in one half of the upper and lower jaw in humans. Dental formula for a human is given as follows; I - 2/2 C - 1/1 P - 2/2 M - 3/3 = 16 x 2 = 32.
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The human dental formula is 2:1:2:3/2:1:2:3, where the numbers
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n. Tabular representation of the number of deciduous and permanent teeth in the jaw.
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