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tryder Group Title

1.5*10^11m = km

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    hint* there are 1000 meters in a kilometer

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    1.5*10^8 km 150,000,000

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    @ryanL. how did you got 1.5*10^8 km. can you show how please.

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    \[m*10^3 =km\] so we use this conversion \[ \frac{km}{m*10^3}\] \[1.5*10^{11}m * \frac{km}{m*10^3}= \frac{1.5*10^{11} km}{10^3}= 1.5*10^8km\]

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    @RyanL. can you help me on this problem to check if I got it right. 6.23*10^-7m= nm

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    I got 6.24*10^4nm and it seems wrong.

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    6.23*10^2 nm look at the conversion

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    @RyanL. can you show me

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    1m= 1*10^9 nm

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    you will need to multiply what you have by 10^9 in order to convert it to nano meters.

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    That's why the -7 turns into 2 because -7 + 9 = 2

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    thanks

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    for everything

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