Theres one problem on my homework that is really stumping me maybe you could help me: Write the radius of A.) Ganymede (2640 km) and B.) Jupiter (71494 km) in scientific notation. any help would be appreciated, thank you!
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Originally Posted by forza85 Theres one problem on my homework that is really stumping me maybe you could help me: Write the radius of A.) Ganymede (2640 km) and B.) Jupiter (71494 km) in scientific notation. any help would be appreciated, thank you! $\displaystyle 2.64\times 10^3$ and, $\displaystyle 7.1949\times 10^4$
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker $\displaystyle 2.64\times 10^3$ and, $\displaystyle 7.1949\times 10^4$ I think the units should be stated with the numbers, and that they should be given in metres. RonL
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