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(7.66 • 10^2)(6.29 • 10^-4)
answer then convert to scientific notation.

the answer I keep getting is 0.481814
the scientific notation I get from this is 4.81814*10^5 but i keep getting it wrong. Can someone please help me.

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(7.66 • 10^2)(6.29 • 10^-4)
= 48.1814 x 10^-2
= 4.82 x 10^-1

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