• anonymous
I need some help with this question. Please help me. In chemistry, 6.022× 1023 is an important number called the Avogadro constant (or Avogadro\'s number). It expresses the number of atoms or molecules in a mole. Notice that it is a really, really big number, as indicated by scientific notation with a large positive exponent. Enter 6.022× 1023 into the calculator shown here. Then, by trial and error, find the largest number that can be added to 6.022× 1023 without changing its displayed value (as shown on the screen).
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