The Sun burns about 4.4 × 1 0 6 tons of hydrogen per second. How much hydrogen does the Sun burn in one year? (Hint: one year = 3.16 × 1 0 7

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The Sun burns about 4.4 × 1 0 6 tons of hydrogen per second. How much hydrogen does the Sun burn in one year? (Hint: one year = 3.16 × 1 0 7

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they want you to multiply two numbers that are in scientific notation. \[ 4.4 × 10^6 \frac{tons}{sec} \times 3.16 × 10^7 \frac{sec}{year} \]

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do you know how to do this?
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Here is an example by Khan http://www.khanacademy.org/video/scientific-notation-2?topic=worked-examples-4

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