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In 1968, the estimated population of the world was 3,559,028,982 people. When this number is written in expanded form using exponents, one power of 10 would not be represented. Which power of 10? Why?

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Bryan,
Look at the number carefully. Which digit is not considered a number in an exponent?
0 right?
Count from the right, starting with one at the 8 and you will have your power that is not represented.

If this confuses you let me know.

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