Introductory Chemistry (5th Edition)

Published by Pearson
ISBN 10: 032191029X
ISBN 13: 978-0-32191-029-5

Chapter 2 - Measurement and Problem Solving - Exercises - Problems: 31

Answer

A. 3.7692$\times$$10^{7}$ B. 1.36$\times$$10^{6}$ C. 1.9306$\times$$10^{7}$ D. 5.68$\times$$10^{5}$

Work Step by Step

A. 37,692,000 is a number where we have to move the decimal to the left so it will result in a positive exponent in the scientific notation, we then move the decimal 3.7692$\times$$10^{7}$ B. 1,360,00 is a number where we have to move the decimal to the left so it will result in a positive exponent in the scientific notation, we then move the decimal 6 digits to the left 1.36$\times$$10^{6}$ C. 19,306,000 is a number where we have to move the decimal to the left so it will result in a positive exponent in the scientific notation, we then move the decimal 7 digits to the left 1.9306$\times$$10^{7}$ D. 568,000 is a number where we have to move the decimal to the left so it will result in a positive exponent in the scientific notation, we then move the decimal 5 digits to the left 5.68$\times$$10^{5}$
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