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how do i put these numbers in scientific notation?

1) 543.2

2) 6,700.008

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asked by kayla
  1. 5.432 x 10^2

    6.700008 x 10^3

    The number you have in front must be between 1 and below 10. You multiply that by ten to a certain power. Ex: 10^0 = 1, 10^1 = 10. 5.0 x 10^1 = 50. Remember to retain all significant figures.

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