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WILL GIVE MEDAL, FAN, AND TESTIMONIAL! Write in standard form----> 1) 3.4*10^3 2) 5.9*10^2 3) 8.21*10^3 4) 6.678*10^2 5) 7.45*10^4 6) 9.9673*10^2 7) 5*10^11 8) 7.02*10^1

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    @only_hanaaa

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    okay...I remember doing this once in my advanced science class...but i'm not a pro...but I think I know someone that can help you @nechirwan

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    thanks

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    1) 3400 2)590 3)8210 4)667.8 5)74500 6)996.73 7)500000000000 8)70.2

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    thanks!

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    No problem. :)

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    Let's just say the power on the x10 is n so x10^n. You just move the decimal n places to right for example 1.00×10^2 move two places to right 100.0

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