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Write twenty million,five hundred thousand in expaned notation form using exponents.

would that be (20x10tothe 8thpower)+(500x10to the 5th power)

  • algerba -

    height of a triangle is 3 in. less that 5 times the lenght os its base. The area is 81sq.in. Find the length of the base and the height of the triangle.?

  • 5th grade math -

    get a life :)

  • 5th grade math -

    6,007,200

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