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The significant digits are: 3701; so there are four such digits in the measurement. These are the digits that convey the degree of precision included. Leading zeroes and trailing zeroes do not add such meaning.

Significant Digits.

significant digits

In any measurement, the accurately known digits and the first doubtful digits are called significant figures.

No, they are not.

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Significant digits.

A term Significant Figure refers to all the certain digits and one uncertain digit in a measurement.

The significant digits are: 3701; so there are four such digits in the measurement. These are the digits that convey the degree of precision included. Leading zeroes and trailing zeroes do not add such meaning.

significant digits

Significant Digits.

Significant figures are the number of digits in a value, often a measurement, that contribute to the degree of accuracy of the value.

In any measurement, the accurately known digits and the first doubtful digits are called significant figures.

No, they are not.

There are 4 significant digits

There are seven (7) significant digits in 4032010.

Any measurement may have two significant digits.

The same digits as in any other system of measurement: the ten digits from 0 to 9.