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(1) Write out the following numbers in full with the correct number of zeros:$$ 8.69 \times 10^{4}, \text { (b) } 9.1 \times 10^{3} $$$$ 8.8 \times 10^{-1},(d) 4.76 \times 10^{2}, \text { and }(e) 3.62 \times 10^{-5} . $$

A) $86,900$B) 9100C) 0.88D) 476E) 0.0000362

Physics 101 Mechanics

Chapter 1

Introduction, Measurement, Estimating

Physics Basics

Cornell University

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

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we have been asked for the following scenarios A, B, C, D and E to write out the numbers in full with the correct number of zeros. So let's go ahead and start with a I've written the numbers we want to write in full and red, and I'm gonna write the solutions and Black. So for a we have 8.69 times 10 to the four. So we need to move the decimal place over to the right four spaces. That's going to give us two extra zeros on the right. So we're gonna end up with a 69 cereal Zira or 86,900 for B. We have 9.1 times 10 to the three. So we need to move the decimal place over to the right three. That'll give us two extra zeros. We have 9,000 100 for part C. We have 8.8 times 10 to the minus one. The minus one means we're gonna need to move it to the left. So that leaves us with 10.88 book. There's a zero toe left of that decimal place, so we're gonna write it at 0.88 who I realized that my zero appear looks a little bit like a six. That looks better. Okay. For party, we have 4.76 times, 10 to the two. That means we're gonna need to move it to the right to just going to give us 400 in 76. And for party, we have 3.62 times 10 to the minus five. That mean means we need to move it to the left. Five decimal places. That's going to give us four extra zeros on the left before the decimal place and then one to the left of the decimal place. So we have 0.1 two 34 zeros and then 362 and those are our answers.

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