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Write this number in scientific notation. 0.00603 A. 6.03 x 10^-3 B. 6.03 x 10^3 C. 0.603 x 10^-2 D. 603 x 10^-5
0.00603 written in scientific notation is: 6.03 x 10^-3.
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