# Part a write this large number in scientific notation

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Part A - Write this large number in scientific notation. Determine the values of and when the following mass of the Earth is written in scientific notation:5,970,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Enter and , separated by commas..Hint 1. Moving the decimal pointMove the decimal point to the left so you end up with a number between 1 and 10. That's the value for .Hint 2. Finding Count the number of place values you moved the decimal point.Hint 3. Sign of the exponentFor a value greater than 1, the exponent is positive.ANSWER:CorrectYou had to move the decimal point 24 places to the left to obtain 5.97.Part B - Write this large number in scientific notation. Determine the values of and when the following average distance from the Sun to the Earth is written in scientificnotation: 150,000,000,000 .Enter and , separated by commas.Hint 1. Moving the decimal pointMove the decimal point to the left so you end up with a number between 1 and 10. That's the value for .Hint 2. Finding Count the number of place values you moved the decimal point.Hint 3. Sign of the exponent= 24.0Loading Web-Font TeX/Size4/Regular
For a value greater than 1, the exponent is positive.ANSWER:CorrectYou had to move the decimal point 11 places to the left to obtain 1.5.Part C - Write this small number in scientific notation. Determine the values of and when the following charge of a proton is written in scientific notation:0.000000000000000000160 .Enter and , separated by commas.Hint 1. Moving the decimal pointMove the decimal point to the right so you end up with a number between 1 and 10. That's the value for .Hint 2. Finding Count the number of place values you moved the decimal point.Hint 3. Sign of the exponentFor a value between 0 and 1, the exponent is negative.ANSWER:CorrectYou had to move the decimal point 19 places to the right to obtain 1.60.Part D - Write this small number in scientific notation. Determine the values of and when the following average magnetic field strength of the Earth is written inscientific notation: 0.0000451 .Enter and , separated by commas.Hint 1. Moving the decimal pointMove the decimal point to the right so you end up with a number between 1 and 10. That's the value for .Hint 2. Finding = 11.0= -19.0Loading Web-Font TeX/Size4/Regular
Count the number of place values you moved the decimal point.Hint 3. Sign of the exponentFor a value between 0 and 1, the exponent is negative.
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