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The number 68080 has how many sig figs?

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significant figures
WHy 5? Is it because there is a total of 5 numbers? If so, that's incorrect. D-Do you have notes on this topic? Maybe a textbook?
5 is right
I'm not sure that your statement is correct, friend.
Well at least we are all polite :)
plss refer http://www.usca.edu/chemistry/genchem/sigfig.htm
its 5 68,080. No decimals. 2500 has 4 sig figs 0.00700 has 3 sig f
am i right?
Look at the 7th row, I'm sorry.
I don't know why but it is 5 :) http://www.chem4free.info/calculators/signdig.htm
ALL zeroes between non-zero numbers are ALWAYS significant.
But after?
so it would be 4 then
I'd think so.
just looked at the answer and it is 4. Ty for the help
You do know why it is 4?
because of the 0 at the end of the number
Yes.

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