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    im completely lost

    i have very bare basic math skills and im trying to work this question out. if someone could help me by giving me a step by step method to solve this, it would be a huge help and id reaally appreciate it.

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    the numbers p=4.77x10(little 4) and q=6.07(little minus 3) are in scientific notation calculate the following,expressing your answers in scientific notation correct to three sig figures

    a) pq
    b) p/q
    c) p(squared)
    d) q (squared)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmay87 View Post
    i have very bare basic math skills and im trying to work this question out. if someone could help me by giving me a step by step method to solve this, it would be a huge help and id reaally appreciate it.

    question

    the numbers p=4.77x10(little 4) and q=6.07(little minus 3) are in scientific notation calculate the following,expressing your answers in scientific notation correct to three sig figures

    a) pq
    b) p/q
    c) p(squared)
    d) q (squared)
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    Lesson 2-5 Scientific Notation
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