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posted by Connie .
(1.0900 x 10to the 4th) X
(2.098X 10 to the 14th) divided by
(7.45x 10 to the negative 6th power)

( 1.09 * 10^4 * 2.098 * 10 ^14 ) / [ 7.45 * 10^ ( 6 ) ]=
1.09 * 10^4 * 2.098 * 10 ^14 * 10 ^6 / 7.45 =
1.09 * 2.098 * 10 ^( 4 + 14 + 6 ) / 7.45 =
2.28682 * 10 ^24 / 7.45 =
0.30695570469798657718120805369128 * 10 ^24 =
3.0695570469798657718120805369128 * 10 ^23 
Remark:
1 / 10^ ( 6 ) = 10 ^ 6
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