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write 20 million,five hundred thousand in expanded form using exponents

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    20,500,000 = 2.05*10^7

    I am not sure what you mean by "expanded form"

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    would that be the same as (20*10^7)+(5*10^5)

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    No, 2*10^7 + 5*10^5

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    How do you write twenty million, five hundred thousand in expanded notation using exponents.

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    gee thx for the math answer

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    Idk and you guys are all so stupid

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    Twenty million five hundred thousand in expanded notation using exponents

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    I don't know

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