# math

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jackie wrote 5,406,029 in expanded form this way:

[5 x 1,000,000] + [4 x 100,000] +

[6 x 10,000] + [2 x 10]

what two errors did jackie make?

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6 x 1,000

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he went wrong at 6 times 10000

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