Q: How many zeros are in the product of 9000 times 60?

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3500-- so 2 zeros

Why will there 2 zeroes in the the product of 60X90

300 goes into 9000 a total of 30 times. This is because 300 multiplied by 30 equals 9000. In mathematical terms, 9000 divided by 300 equals 30.

13 zeros.

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There are 3 zeros in the product.

180 times 10 to the power of 4 is 1,800,000 which has five zeros in it

102 zeros.

3500-- so 2 zeros

5 zeros

Why will there 2 zeroes in the the product of 60X90

The product is 18,720 which has one zero in it

300 goes into 9000 a total of 30 times. This is because 300 multiplied by 30 equals 9000. In mathematical terms, 9000 divided by 300 equals 30.

Over 9000.

Two!

102 zeros.

13 zeros.