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worlds population was 3,559,028,982 people. When this number is written in expanded form using exponents, one power of 10 would not be represented. Which Power of 10 and Why?

You could write all of them, but many folks don't write 10^{0} Why? because it is 1.

world population of 3,559,028,982. when written in expanded form, one power of 10 would not be reprented.

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