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How do I express these in scientific notation AND Log10 form?
1) ln(8.1)
2) 32.8 x 10^2 + 3.15 x 10^1
3) 10^2 x 10^4.5
4) 10^45
5) 8^2.34
I will be happy to critique your work here. Most of these require conversion. Do the math, and let your calculator do the log10 form.
If I knew how to do the math, I wouldn't have asked for help.
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