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The display on a calculator screen is shown below. 8.763196 E -7 What number does the calculator display represent? 8,763,196 87,631,960 0.0000008763 0.0000000876
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anonymous
  • anonymous
That means 8.763196 x 10^(-7), which is the same as \[\frac{8.763196}{10^7}\] Every time you divide by 10, you move the decimal point one place to the left ... so, how many places to the left would you have to move the decimal point?
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  • Testing123guest
so is it D

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Close ... count again ... moving to the left one place takes you just before the 8 ...
Testing123guest
  • Testing123guest
Its C tell me its C :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's it! One place to the left got you just before the 8; six more places inserted the six zeros. Good!
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  • anonymous
Glad to help! Have a great day. If you want lots of practice problems with multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of ten, you can look at one of my pages: http://www.onemathematicalcat.org/algebra_book/online_problems/mdd_powers_of_ten.htm

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