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This is for ms. sue
Thank you. I did get 3,500,000,000,000
however, in your answer you didn't mention millions. I assumed the question wanted scientific notation.

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    Scientific notation. 3.5 x10^12

    Millions (10^6)...3.5x10^6 million
    remember a million is 10^6, and 10^6 * 10^6 is 10^12

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