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There are 130 blades of grass in a square centimeter of lawn. How many blades of grass would be found in a lawn measuring 8 m x 6 m? Use scientific notation in your answer

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  1. anonymous
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    @ganeshie8 @zepdrix @Loser66 @thomaster pleaseeee help

  2. anonymous
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    6.2x10^7

  3. anonymous
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    but how? @swaggerz

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    130(8 x 100)(6 x 100)

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    did that help?

  6. anonymous
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    yes thank you si much

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    You're welcome tag me next time you need help @swaggerz !

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