Math

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What are the steps to solve this problem?

0.000027 ÷ 0.000009

• Explain how to use scientific notation to solve the problem.
• Describe how to divide numbers written in scientific notation.
• Give you final answer in simplest form. (5 points)

I really need help with this question can anyone help please?

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  1. .000027 = 2.7x10^-5
    .000009 = 9.0x10^-6

    to make it easier, write the 1st as

    27x10^-6

    Now, the exponents are the same, so they cancel out, and you just have 27/9 = 3

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  2. 0.000027 divided by 0.000009=3
    Definition of a quotient
    The answer after you divide one number by another.
    The quotient in this problem is 3.

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  3. Haha that's funny I have the same problem except its worth 3 points

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  4. What the easiest way to do thus question

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  5. i just did the connections test and these are the answers (keep in mind sometimes they will switch up the answers so it might not be 100% but if they don’t then they should be all correct):

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    hope this helps :)

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  6. ot5 forever is wrong .

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  7. @levi that doesn't help at all if you want to help post the correct answers

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