anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the product of (3.7 × 10^4) and 2.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi there! I assume you're not allowed to use a calculator- which means we should probably make the multiplication a little more bite sized. Do you know what the ^4 means?
anonymous
  • anonymous
10^4 is what we're going to want to find first. Then we're going to multiply it by 3.7 because it's in the parentheses. Finally we'll multiply that product by 2.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The notation ^4 means that you're going to multiply 10 by itself 4 times. 10*10*10*10

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I'd like you to do that math if you can. :)
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Thanks for the medal. Did you figure it out?
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Okay. :)

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