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    Smallest Motor

    The smallest motor ever made is less than 0.05 centimeters wide. Express this width using scientific notation.

    Rule: If the given number n is between 0 and 1, the scientific notation is n X 10^(-N).

    Using this rule, my answer is 5 X 10^(-2).

    True?
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    Re: Smallest Motor

    Correct. Don't forget to include units (cm).
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    Re: Smallest Motor

    Quote Originally Posted by Debsta View Post
    Correct. Don't forget to include units (cm).
    Ok. Cool. I can take this to the bank, so to speak.
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