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of the following the largest quantity is

a] 0.047 cm
b] 47x10-4 cm
c] 4.7x 10-4 cm
d] 0.00047x10^2 cm
e] 0.000047x10^6 cm

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    e)0.000047x10^6 cm= 47 cm

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