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    Too many numbers

    Thanks for all of the help

    i tried doingthis on my calculator or even on my computer calculator but it did not get an answer

    (9.42690017 10^157)/18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimas View Post
    Thanks for all of the help

    i tried doingthis on my calculator or even on my computer calculator but it did not get an answer

    (9.42690017 10^157)/18
    (9.42690017 10^157)/18=(9.42690017/18)x10^157
    ...................=0.5237166761 x 10^157=5.237166761 x 10^156

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