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How do I write 10^4* 10^-3*10^6 in scientific notation?

 Sep 10, 2016

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1 x 107

 

 

 

cool cool cool

 Sep 10, 2016
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How do I write 10^4* 10^-3*10^6 in scientific notation?

 

\(10^{4}\times 10^{-3}\times 10^{6} \) = \(10^7 \) = \(10 \times 10^6\)

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 Sep 10, 2016
edited by asinus  Sep 10, 2016
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1 x 107

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill Sep 10, 2016
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In scientific notation, the orders of magnitude are always used with divisible by 3 exponent.
103; 106; 109 etc. So
\(10 \times 10^6\)
Excuse my English, please.

asinus  Sep 10, 2016
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Pardon, I was wrong. In engineering notation, the orders of magnitude are always used with divisible by 3 exponent.
103; 106; 109 etc. So
\(10 \times 10^6\)
Excuse my English, please.

asinus  Sep 10, 2016
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Your English is fine, but CDD might be causing you some asystole, Asinus. (The question did ask for the answer in scientific notation.) smiley

GingerAle  Sep 11, 2016

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