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solve the following problem: (12×10^9)÷(6×10^5)

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consolino44

the answer should be 2x10^4 why cus you have to divide 12/6 is 2 x 10 and 9-5 is 4 for the exponents. so it goes out like this 2x10^4 . hope I helped of not then iam sorry.

nscvoc

First, find the exponents in each parenthesis. 10 to the power of 9 is 1,000,000,000. 10 to the power of 5 is 100,000. 1 billion X 12 is 12 billion. 6 times 100 million is 600 million. Then divide. Cross out the 0s and it'll give you 12,000 divided by 6. Which is 2,000. The answer is 2,000.

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