# Math, science

1. Distance in space is often written using a light year. A light year is the distance light travels in one year. It is equal to about 6,000,000,000,000 Miles. Write this measurement in scientific notation

2. Jordan Road 4500 in scientific notation as 4.5×10 to the second power . Is this correct? If not, why not? My answer was C

3. Saturns orbit reaches a maximum distance from the sun of 3.36×10 to the 8th power, Miles. Write this figure in standard form

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1. Plz help

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2. I'm sure you meant to include the answers, but ...

So, even after adding a plea for help, and seeing what you had posted, you didn't get that?

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3. It's
c
c
c
and sorry if you don't believe me and if it's wrong then maybe the answer change :)

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4. It work

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1: C
2: C
3: C

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6. HEY HEY HEY totally the right answer (for me at least)

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7. its right its c,c,c good job

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8. Thank you it is c,c,c! Have a great day everyone 🌞😎! Bye!

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