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Q: What is 1.057 to two significant numbers?

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It is 1100

1057 is not a prime number because it has more than two factors.

Two significant figures.

188,100 rounded to two significant figures is 190,000

Two significant figures (8,9).

Two significant figures (2,8).

Two significant figures (2,3).

Two significant figures (3,4).

Two significant figures.

Two - all nonzero numbers are significant.

Two.

Two

Two

There are two of them.

No because it has more than two factors and so 1057 is a composite number

Two - all nonzero numbers are significant.

significant figures are any numbers before or after a decimal point excep 0 so 01.2134 to 2 significant numbers is 1.2. if there is a 0 after a signifcant figure it counts for example.... 1.100 to three significant figures is 1.10

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There are two significant figures in the number 0.0075

Two - all nonzero numbers are significant.

Two - all nonzero numbers are significant.

Two. All nonzero numbers are significant.

It depends on the number of significant figures from two numbers you are multiplying. But when multiplying you use the same number of significant figures from the numbers you are multiplying with the LEAST number of significant figures. Example: 92,873.239 * 2 = 200,000 (because the number 2 has only 1 significant figure even tho 92,873.239 has 8 significant figures your answer still only has 1 significant figure)

The two digits after the decimal point.

There are three significant figures in 0.00701 because the initial zeros are non-significant and the 0 is significant because it is sandwiched between two significant numbers.