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# Algebra PS Question

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If n is a positive integer and k =5.1 X 10^n , what is the value of k ?

(1) 6000<k<500,000
(2)k^2=2.601X10^9

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09 Aug 2017, 09:17
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Sidharthbprl wrote:
If n is a positive integer and k =5.1 X 10^n , what is the value of k ?

(1) 6000<k<500,000
(2)k^2=2.601X10^9

This question has already been discussed here:
if-n-is-a-positive-integer-and-k-5-1-10-n-what-is-the-value-126370.html

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