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List of the significant figure rule?

Each measurement is considered to have a certain number of what are called significant digits or significant figures ( aka sig figs or sig.digs ) . Rules for Identifying the Number of Significant Digits in a Number Rules 1)Any nonzero (digits from 1 to 9 ) digits are significant . 2)Any zeroes found between two significant digits are significant . 3)Any zeroes that are found to the right of both a significant digit and a decimal place are significant . Examples from the Rules Above According To Each Rule 1)Number 942 , with three nonzero digits , shows 3 significant digits 2)Number 50003 , with 2 nonzero digits and 3 zeroes between and significant digits , shows 5 significant digits . 3)Number 75.00 , with 2 nonzero digits and 2 zeroes that are to the right of both a significant digit and a decimal shows 4 significant digits . Always consider each rule and try memorizing them ,Practice and Memorize

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A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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