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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.

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  1. SwaggKiller
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    Think what is the meaning of exponetial form

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    and what is that ?

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    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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    thank you so much ;)

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    Your So welcome ^_^

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