#### Answer

$2.7\times10^{7}$ degrees Fahrenheit

#### Work Step by Step

We are given that the temperature of the core of the sun is about $27,000,000$ degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 1: To write this number in scientific notation, we move the decimal point to the left until the original number is 2.7.
Step 2: Since the original number was greater than 10, we moved the decimal by 7 positive places. In other words, we will raise 10 to a power of 7.
Now, we write the product of the two numbers found in Step 1 and Step 2.
$2.7\times10^{7}$ degrees Fahrenheit