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1. which of the following is greater than 4.3 x 10>9?
a 2.1 x 10>9
b 3.2 x 10>9
c 5.3x 10>9
d 7.4 x 10>8
2. which of the following is less than 6.5 x 10>5?
a 1.4 x 10>3
b 2.5 x 104
c 7.8 x 105
d 4.6 x 10>6
according to the 2010 census the population of Nebraska was 1.8 x 10>6 people. which state had a smaller population?
Ca 3.7 x 10>7
RI 1.1 x 10>6
TX 2.5 x 10>7
MI 6 x 10>6
4. Which number is greater than 5.5 x 10>7 and less than 5.5 x 10>7?
a 1.8 x 10>12
b 6.7 x 10>8
c 5.2 x 10>3
d 3.9 x 10>8

1c. 5.3*10^9.
2d 4.6*10^6 = 0.46*10^5.
3. RI: 1.1*10^6.
4c. 5.2*10^3.
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