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write the following exponent.form.into fractional form:
1) 55.67878E05
2) 67.34567-E04
3) 34.5678E05

  • computer -

    Not sure exactly what you mean by fractional form, here the expressions are converted to fractions:

    1) 55.67878E05
    = 55.67878 * 100000
    = 5567878

    2. 67.34567E-4
    = 67.34567/10000
    = 6734567/1000000000

    etc.

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