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lol i totally answered this before!
you did? o, i lost it! :P

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one mile is 63360 inches so one inch is \(\frac{1}{63360}\) miles lets put in in a calculator and then write it in scientific notation
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1%2F63360
Its not in scientific notation tho
\[0.00001578\] in scientific notation \[\huge 1.578\times 10^{-5}\]
o, lml
i moved the decimal and counted the spaces since it went left, the exponent is negative
i mean right
right
that is the answer to question one
ready for part two?
not yet, i have to take away what I had for one then put in whats rite! :P
kk
take your time and hurry up
ok! lol, i done
ok ready?
yes ma'am!
deposit another quarter
for the next one we have to divide
quick question
\[\huge \frac{2.5\times 10^4}{1.578\times 10^{-5}}\]
ok
did we round the 1st to the nearest 10th?
we rounded a bit, perhaps we should round some more
we can't really round to the nearest tenth, i think that is a typo our number had a zero in the tenths place
ooo, ok
maybe they meant round this \[\huge 1.578\times 10^{-5}\] to this \[\huge 1.6\times 10^{-5}\]
that would make life easier
mkay
lol
then the second question we can do \[\frac{2.5\times10^4}{1.6\times 10^{-5}}\]
\[2.5\div 1.6=1.5625\] and \[\frac{10^4}{10^{-5}}=10^{4-(-5)}=10^9\]
so we have \[1.5625\times 10^9\] as our answer again maybe you should round or you can leave it like that
lets round... it said round again
1.6 x 10^9
right?
ok
that is the answer to number 2
a billion has 9 zeros
okay... 1 more! YESS! :P
so 7.046 billion is \(7.046\times 10^9\) that is bigger than \(1.6\times 10^9\)
oh wait i misread the question sorry
rite
o, ok, lol
last job it so divide again \[\frac{7.046\times 10^9}{1.6\times 10^9}\]
about \(4.4\)
and now we are done!!
o, oky! TY MISTY!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wont loose it this time, i wrote it as u did! :P ~Hugz~
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