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  1. anonymous
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    @Hero How do you convert a math answer into a scientific notation?

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    e.x 98,000,000,000

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    To convert something into scientific notation, you move the decimal point until the value is under 10 and then put the number of times you moved it as the exponent of ten. In your example, it would be 9.8 x 10^10. Depending on the amount of significant figures you have to use, there may be extra zeros at the end.

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    Thank you!

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