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The circumference of the Earth is approximately 131,000,000 ft. a. Write this number in scientific notation and tell how you knew whether to use a positive or a negative exponent. b. The circumference of Mars is 7.00 x 107. Which planet is larger, and by how many feet? Write the answer in both standard and scientific notation.

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    Your cheating on a test. Tsk Tsk.

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    no i am doing a study guide

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    Nope, this was on a test that I JUST took.

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    i am studying for a test this is not a test

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    @nevermind_justschool can u help me if u know it

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    I know for a fact that this is a test. No I will not help you.

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    no it is not i am studying for a test next week and maybe it might be on there but i know for a fact that this is a study guide i swear on my my grave

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    can u help me

  13. rock_mit182
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    I hope this help you out: https://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/scientific-notation.html

  14. rock_mit182
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    or if you like more to watch videos: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/exponents-radicals/scientific-notation/v/scientific-notation

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    i am n a time crunch so do u know the answers plz i will owe a favor anything

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    dude this is really easy just try to learn and you will see

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    Niiice @rock_mit182 Khan Academy is awesomee

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    yup, :)

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    thx the site help me a lot that is all i needed @nevermind_justschool but i will still medal because all peps are cool

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    i got a 90% on the study guide so thx guys and gals lol

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