anonymous
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What is 4.6 × 10^8 cm/min in meters per hour? A. 2.76 × 10^8 m/h B. 2.76 × 10^10 m/h C. 7.67 × 10^6 m/h D. 7.67 × 10^8 m/h
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thread252
  • thread252
276 000 000 meters per hour
anonymous
  • anonymous
i don't understand this type of math at all e.e
thread252
  • thread252
neither do i. I just typed the question in on google, and that come up. try it your self

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anonymous
  • anonymous
XD gg
thread252
  • thread252
the question only and not the answer choice
thread252
  • thread252
so ya your answer is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
thread252
  • thread252
so how bout that medal bruh?
thread252
  • thread252
thanx
anonymous
  • anonymous
plz do not give people straight answers, they need to understand why. http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct @thread252
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ganeshie8 @Preetha
thread252
  • thread252
I know that, but i got the answer from google, so what am i suppose to do? not answer it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if you dont know it in your head and can explain
anonymous
  • anonymous
well then
anonymous
  • anonymous
he has to explain.......how do you know he is right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@goldenpanda
thread252
  • thread252
now I am right :)
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thread252
  • thread252
and 6 zeros will get you ^6 power :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
4.6x10^8 cm/min * 60 = 2.76 x 10^10 cm/hour divide by 100 to get meters 2.76 x 10^10 meters/hour
anonymous
  • anonymous
so its B
anonymous
  • anonymous
@goldenpanda
thread252
  • thread252
he is not on
anonymous
  • anonymous
darn, sorry i got carried away @thread252
anonymous
  • anonymous
he wasn't my brother helped me it was b
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Tyler.Evan2

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