Got this on a calculator, couldn't figure it out.
asked May 18 in Other Math Topics by anonymous

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The calculator approximates an answer. The exponent 11 means that there are 11 digits after the initial digit 3. It means the number is in the 300 billion range: 313,278,000,000.

answered May 18 by Rod Top Rated User (582,400 points)

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