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Explain how you would find the product of 2012 and 208. Include either the exponent rule or the expanded method in your explanation. Give your answer in exponential form.

Discrete Math
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Think what is the meaning of exponetial form
and what is that ?
Like...you rewrite a long number... like this... 120000 would be 1.2 x 10^5 because if you multiplied 1.2 times 10^5 you would get the same #... and to get the # in exponential form.. you just take the # like 123000 and move the decimal place over until you have one # in front of it... so it would be..1.23 then how ever many times you moved the decimal place wood be the # of your power....so it wood be 1.23 x 10^5... i hoped that helps...=]

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