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BIOLOGY/MATH HOMEWORK HELP! LOTS OF POINTS?

BIOLOGY/MATH HOMEWORK HELP! LOTS OF POINTS? Topic: Homework spaces
June 16, 2019 / By Corey
Question: how do you do the scientific notation and what r the answers for these lots of points please help! (i put spaces for the blanks) exp:.345= 3.45 x 100 to 3.45 x 10 squared..??? 160cm= mm 14km= m 109g= kg 250m= km 2000mg= g 5L= mL 16cm= mm
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Arthur Arthur | 1 day ago
right i don't get what u wrote at first EXP jst means times ten. I hope u can multiply by ten especially decimals (jst move the decimal to the right by one). 1cm=10mm hence 160 cm =1600mm jst multiply by 10 1km=1000m 14km= 14000 m 1kg=1000g hence 109g=0.109 do u see what i am doing? when multiplying by 100 we add 2 zeros to the end if it's a whole number, if it's a decimal we move the decimal two places along 0.12 become 12 and 12 becomes 1200. When u deal with 1000000 u move the decimal by 6 places or add 6 zeros to a whole number. also centi means 1/100 so centi metre means 1/100 of a metere mili means 1/1000 and kilo means 1000 times. 1/100 means move decimal point to the left two spaces assuming whole numbers have a decimal point at the end of them ie 24 (24.0) becomes 0.24 and 49989 becomes 49.989 so we have 1km=1000m so 250m is 0.25km 1g=1000mg so 2000mg= 2g 1L=1000L so 5L=5000 ml ill leave the last one to do urself if 1cm=10mm how much is 16 cm? (think for a bit---I have included the answer right at the bottom :) ) 16cm=160 mm
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Scarlet Scarlet
ok don't worry scientific notation isn't hard... all you have to do is divide the number by 10*___ where the blank is the number of times you have to move the decimal to reach a number less than 10. then when you write it after it write the number less than 10 * 10 to the blank ( the one we used before) power. the answers to the conversions are 160cm=1600 mm 14km= 14000 m 109 g= .109 kg 250m= .250 km 2000mg=2g 5L=5000mL 16cm=160mm
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Norma Norma
always multiply it by 10. so: 160 cm = 1600 mm = 1.6 x 10 to the third power 14 km = 140 m = 1.4 x 10 to the second power and so on. the exponent is always the amount of numbers in the number, not including the first number.
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Macie Macie
scientific notation is used when you need to make numbers with lots of zeros look smaller. for example 500,000,000,000,000 = 5 x 10^14. The ^ means to the power of like exponents. in exponents you multiply a number by itself the number of times it shows in the corner. they typically look like this: http://www.mathsisfun.com/images/8-squared.gif 160cm = 1600mm 14km = 1400m 109g = 0.109kg 250m = 0.25km 2000mg = 2g 5L= 5000 mL 16cm = 160mm
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