# Scientific notation

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- Q1Which of the following represents the number 0.00052 in scientific notation?$0.52\; \backslash times\; 10^\{-3\}$$52\; \backslash times\; 10^\{-5\}$$5.2\; \backslash times\; 10^\{-4\}$$5.2\; \backslash times\; 10^\{-3\}$30s
- Q2What is the scientific notation of the number 3,400,000?$3.4\; \backslash times\; 10^\{5\}$$34\; \backslash times\; 10^\{5\}$$3.4\; \backslash times\; 10^\{6\}$$340\; \backslash times\; 10^\{4\}$30s
- Q3Evaluate the following, giving answers in scientific notation to three significant figures: (6.32)^-61.56 x 10^-61.569 x 10^-46.32 x 10^-61.57 x 10^-530s
- Q4Convert 9.3 km to cm.930cm9300cm93,000cm930,000cm30s
- Q5Convert 2 340 000mm^2 to cm^22,340cm^223,400cm^2234cm^2234,000cm^230s
- Q6Find the sum of the following measurements in terms of mm^3: 325 000mm^3 and 4.7cm^3.372,000mm^3329,700mm^3325,470mm^3325, 004.7 mm^330s
- Q7A cheetah is moving at a rate of 110km per hour. How many metres is the cheetah running per hour?1,100m110m110,000m11,000m30s