Q: What is 10 to the fifth power times 6?

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6 * 5^5 = 6 * 3,125 = 18,750

7.9 x 10^6

(-6×10⁻¹) ÷ (-3×10⁻²) = (-6 ÷ -3)×(10⁻¹ ÷ 10⁻²) = 2×10⁽⁻¹⁾⁻⁽⁻²⁾ = 2×10¹ → -6×10⁻¹ is 2×10¹ = 20 times bigger (further away from zero) than -3×10⁻² (though -6×10⁻¹ is less than -3×10⁻²).

3q over r to the fourth power

6*10^9 / 2*10^3 = (6/2) * 10^9 / 10^2 = 3*10^(9-3) = 3*10^6 or 3 million.

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6 * 5^5 = 6 * 3,125 = 18,750

7.9 x 10^6

6 divided by 10 to the power of 3

It is: 6.4*10^6 = 6,400,000

7.9 times 10 to the negative 6 power in standard notation = 0.0000079

3q over r to the fourth power

(-6×10⁻¹) ÷ (-3×10⁻²) = (-6 ÷ -3)×(10⁻¹ ÷ 10⁻²) = 2×10⁽⁻¹⁾⁻⁽⁻²⁾ = 2×10¹ → -6×10⁻¹ is 2×10¹ = 20 times bigger (further away from zero) than -3×10⁻² (though -6×10⁻¹ is less than -3×10⁻²).

6*10^9 / 2*10^3 = (6/2) * 10^9 / 10^2 = 3*10^(9-3) = 3*10^6 or 3 million.

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