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This is for your k12 asessment right.
This is an 8th grade test
I know, I did this same test last week I can help you.
Ok sweet thatd be awesome
I'm pretty sure it's the first one.
ok let me look quickly just to make sure
and after I have 1 more
Ok so the exponent is the largest and in the lesson they say compare the exponents
Ok thats probably it I have 1 more
The table shows different geologic time periods: Period Number of Years Ago Jurassic 2.08 ⋅ 108 Silurian 4.38 ⋅ 108 Tertiary 6.64 ⋅ 107 Triassic 2.45 ⋅ 108 Order the time periods from oldest to youngest. Tertiary, Jurassic, Triassic, Silurian Jurassic, Triassic, Silurian, Tertiary Silurian, Triassic, Jurassic, Tertiary Triassic, Silurian, Jurassic, Tertiary
I answerd B and it wasnt correct i think
Is this still scientific notation?
Its on the test
It doesn't look like scientific notation to me did you copy and paste it.
Im not sure its on my algebra test for scientific notaions
pretty sure it's a
or the first one
THat is what I was thinking but not to sure
let me see if i can get a person who may know it
@pooja195 please help I dont get this one
I dont help people cheat usually but i took the same test heres the answers :P http://pages.citebite.com/a4o3b6r4a2tjy
@pooja195 I dont want the answer I want help on the question to get the answer
@pooja195 I dont understand it
I dont help on tests.
ok nvm then