Scientific Notation 2

Directions: Using the digits 1 to 9, at most one time each, fill in the boxes to make a product that equals 800,000,000.

Hint

How do the digits you choose for the exponents affect the product? How do the digits you choose to multiply by 10 affects the product?

Answer

Here are some potential answers:
4*10^3 * 2*10^5
8*10^6 * 1*10^2

Source: Robert Kaplinsky

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13 comments

  1. (4×10^3)(2×^5) ese fue el digito que me salio

  2. Danitza Marenco

    I also got (4×10^3)(2x^5)

  3. I got (4×10^3) (2×10^5)

  4. (4×10^3) (2×10^5)

  5. (8* 10^8)(1*10^0) and (4×10^3)(2*10^5)

  6. (4*10^3)(2*10^5)

  7. (4*10^8)(2*10^5)

  8. Peyton Rittenhouse

    (4×10^3) (2×10^5)

  9. (8*10^7) (1*10^4)

  10. I got (4*10^3)(2*10^5)

  11. I got 4*10^3 * 2*10^5

  12. I got ( 1*10^8)(8*10^0)

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