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Unformatted text preview: Significant Figures Created by Jackie Jurchenko Created by Jackie Jurchenko Rules 1. Any ______ digit is significant 1. 457 cm => 2. 0.25 m => 2. Zeros between ______ digits are significant 1. 1005 kg => 2. 1.03 km => 3. Zeros to the _____ of first non-zero digit are ___ significant 1. 0.02 g => 2. 0.00026 m => Con’t 4. Zeros to the _____ (and after the decimal) of a number ARE significant. 1. 0.0200 g => 2. 3.0 mL => • BUT, if the number is _____ than one the zeros ____ or ___ ___ be significant. Using scientific notation often helps 1. 130 cm => 2. 10,300 m => Scientific Notation (exponential notation) For really _____ or really _____ numbers Write number so that there is only one digit to ____ of decimal 1,200,000 m => 0.000604 mg => Or 7.68 x 10 4 kg => 1.93 x 10 -6 mg = Addition/Subtraction with Sig Figs...
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## This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course CHEM 1211L taught by Professor Dennison during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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