## JenniferSmart1 Group Title What do you get when you calculate: $\frac{(1.6E-19)(5E4)(.04^2)}{4 (4E-16)}$ one year ago one year ago

1. UnkleRhaukus Group Title

what does $$E$$ mean in this context, $$E (x)=\times10^{(x)}$$ ?

2. JenniferSmart1 Group Title

10^ yep

3. JenniferSmart1 Group Title

I figured it out what what the correct answer was. I incorrectly converted my meters to cm.... but I got it now

4. UnkleRhaukus Group Title

ok