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Polynomials

Polynomials

In the Real World Exercises

Example 1

Write 1,234,000,000,000 in scientific notation.

Example 2

Write 5,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 in scientific notation.

Example 3

Write 45 in scientific notation.

Example 4

Write 0.001 in scientific notation.

Example 5

Write 0.0000000000989 in scientific notation.

Example 6

Write 1.5302 × 103 as a regular number.

Example 7

Write 3.22 × 109 as a regular number.

Example 8

Write 1.1 × 100 as a regular number.

Example 9

Write 3.4 × 10-2 as a regular number.

Example 10

Write 2.002 × 10-5 as a regular number.

Example 11

Simplify (3 × 107)(4.2 × 109). Write answers in scientific notation.

Example 12

Simplify (1.24 × 104) + (2.5 × 105). Write answers in scientific notation.

Example 13

Simplify (4 × 1018) – (6 × 1018). Write answers in scientific notation.

Example 14

Simplify (4.2 × 1031) ÷ (2.1 × 1019). Write answers in scientific notation.

Example 15

Simplify (4.23 × 1099) + (1.1 × 1097). Write answers in scientific notation.

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