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multiply and write answer without exponents

(3x10^6)(2x10^4)

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No the answer should have 10 zeros. When you multiply two same numbers their exponents are added. so 10^6.10^4 = 10^(6+4). when it is like this (10^6)^4 then you multiply exponents and get 10^24.

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