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does anyone know this? lol
do u mean the unit of the weight or what !!?
Looks like a physics problem
i dont know? lmfao my hw just says"write the order of magnitude" o:
its my MATH hw.
Gives us an example of a questions with the correct answer.
well it is know that the magnitude quantity of the weight (any weight) is ( Newton)
For number 2, I would hazard a guess of 20.
For the first, ummm, 100 -200 lbs
this is confusing lol
So can u explain @Radar Plz.........!!!! what is the magnitude quantity !!
idk how to explain it? i mean they just gave me this hw yesterday, it just says "write the ORDER OF MAGNITUDE for each quantity. 1) the weight of a human adult 2) the number of fingers plus the number of toes on a person"
im confused as much as you guys are lol
I am trying to find out from ayojenn, i did google it and it states that it could be expressed as some power of 10 so for the first one 10^2 for the second one.....?????? 2X10 ???
These are swag lol
SW@G? hahaha omg
im just gonna put that, cuz honestly i dont even understand it haha
lol So why u didn't told them that when they gave that thing to u yest @ayojenn !!!
well i didnt see it until now that im doing it LOL
Your link seemed to cover two things, power of 10 and other bases for numbers likie the binary, hexadecimal etc. Hopefully your instructor will be more forthcoming at your next class.
ill make sure to ask her tomorrow & ill get back to you guys :) haha
You know sometimes the instructors are learning as they go (also)
omg..! guyz i think u hav to watch this http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/primer/java/scienceopticsu/powersof10/index.html