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1) 35.72 x 0.00590
2) 0.4832/5.12
3) (6.09 x 10^-1)(9.08 x 10^5)
4) (7.79 x 10^4)(4.56 x 10^3)/
(2.93 x10^3)(3.2 x 10^2)
5) 2.3 x 10^2 + 7.16 x 10^5

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