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10^-10*10^3 Simplified, please. :)

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Is this the equation?\[10^{-10}\times10^{3}\]
Yes! :D
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Alrighty then, how do you want the answer presented?
In what form.
umm, idk really just like well explained and broken down :)
:)
No offense, is there a reason you keep posting smiley faces?
oh, yeh he just keeps doing that ._. idk why
Well back to math>>>> let me try to figure this out. I'm not really sure I can...
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alright don't sweat it if you can't
Well am just trying to irritate @Eli_So_Awsome here. Sorry. Won't be repeated.
@shubhamsrg why irritate me :O!!!
Lol I really don't care @shubhamsrg, I was just wondering. I believe i have an answer.
@ShotGunGirl yaaaaay :D!! what is it??
Alright so, I really can't explain it that well so here: \[10^{-10}\times10^{3}= 1\times 10^{-7}\] I think
But i really can be worng here.
that's good anough see i thought it was \[10^-7\] at first :D Thanks
Oh, okay :D
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