# chemersty

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Calculate the value of the following in exponential form, using standard scientific or "e" notation (for example, 105 = 1.05e2). Enter your answer with the correct number of significant figures.
885.75 g + 10.151 g - 25.50 g

• chemersty -

Add and subtract on your calculator and round the answer to two places after the decimal point. The .75 from the first one and .50 from the last one limits you to two places to the right of the decimal.

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