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Write a sentence to represent the equation 4m = -8.
A number m times 4 is equal to -8.
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When written in scientific notation, the number 7,250 will have what number as the exponent on the power of 10.
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When written in scientific notation, the number 7,250 will have 3 as the exponent on the power of 10.

7,250 = 7.25 x 10^3
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Which of the following pairs shows the correct scientific notation for the number given in standard notation? 1,207,000 = 12.07 × 105 6,500 = 6.5 × 102 901 = 9.01 × 102 40,200 = 4.02 × 103
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901 = 9.01 × 10^2 shows the correct scientific notation for the number given in standard notation.
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Weegy: 2 dL = 0.002 hL User: When written in scientific notation, the number 7,250 will have a as the exponent on the power of 10. Weegy: The number 7250 can be written as 7.25 × 10 (3) (cube) in scientific notation. The answer is 3. When written in scientific notation, the number 7,250 will have a (number 3) as the exponent on the power of 10. (More)
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4m = -8.
Weegy: m=-2 m= -8/4 m= -2 User: thanks Weegy: Your welcome. (More)
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Simplify 2^2 - y for x = 3 and y = -2.
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