Q.8) 1.294 times 10 to the second power equals 129.4 A. True B. False

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Q.8) 1.294 times 10 to the second power equals 129.4 A. True B. False

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\[1.294 \times 10^2 \Longrightarrow 1.294 \times 100 \]
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What is \(1.294 \times 100\)?
1294
when you multiply a decimal number by 10 a digit from right of decimal point shifts towards left
No no
its false
No.
\[1.294 \times 100 \implies 1.294 \times 10 \times 10 \implies 12.94 \times 10 \implies ? \]
so its true
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