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What's 8.10% of 3.00x10^8 I have tried it, got 2.43 x 10^7 and have been told that's wrong

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When you take percent of something you are actually multiplying by that number then deviding 100 For example 2% of 10 10 * 2/100
yes, your answer is correct, you were told you were wrong by whom?
My lovely homework site where I have to submit my work. Maybe it's how I'm typing it in.

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Is sig-Fig correct?
significant figures
Ah yes, I forgot about sig figs. I'll check that out. : ) Thanks for the reminder.
oh, i see your mistake.
its not 10^8, i think you miscounted your zeros
the extended number is : 2430000000
so it's 10^9
2.43 x 10^9
The zeros and the sig figs always seem to get me. Thanks for showing me what I did wrong, I appreciate it.
no problem, i told you i was right, i counted the freaking zeros wrong. lol im glad i double checked. ALWAYS double check
i told you you* were right,
Did your homework page took it?
Yep, it worked out in the in. : ) A combo of the wrong number of zeros and sig figs was it. Thank you mathfreak and imranmeah. : )
no problem , any time:DD

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