# maths

The production of natural rubber in Malaysia in July 2004 was 108315 tonnes,a rise of 4.9% compared to the previous month.Calculate the production of natural rubber in June 2004 in kg.Give your answer in standard form,correct to 4 significant figures.

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1. 108315 *10^3 kg = 1.049 x

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