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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

0.2(3x10^2)

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  1. anonymous
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    all right, multiply through

  2. anonymous
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    multiply .2 with 3?

  3. anonymous
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    yes, which = ?

  4. anonymous
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    .6

  5. anonymous
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    nice, scientific notation requires a number that is not less than one to be the leading value

  6. anonymous
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    so .6 is equal to what multiplied by a value of 10 raised to an exponent

  7. anonymous
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    so my answer will be 6x10^1?

  8. anonymous
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    not quite, 6 * 10^1 = 60

  9. anonymous
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    oooooooo ic

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    wait, sorry man

  11. anonymous
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    yeah, .6 = 6 * 10^-1, then 6 *10^-1 * 10^2 - 6*10^1

  12. anonymous
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    you skipped ahead to the final answer, yes!

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