Math urgent
What is (6.91 x 102 power) + (2.4 x 103 power) ? Express your answer in scientific notation.
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can't add these numbers till you get their powers of 10 to match. So, doing that, we get
6.91x10^2  0.24x10^2 = 6.67x10^2posted by Steve
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