Mathematics

Question

Jerome is writing a number in scientific notation. The number is greater than one million and less than ten million. What will be the exponent in the number Jerome writes?


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2 Answer

  • One million: 10^6

    Ten million:  10^7

    So the exponent will be anywhere between 6 and 7, inclusive

  • The exponent in the number Jerome writes will be anywhere between 6 to 7.

    What is inequality?

    It is defined as the expression in mathematics in which both sides are not equal they have mathematical signs either less than or greater than known as inequality.

    We have:

    Jerome is writing a number in scientific notation.

    Let's suppose the number is x

    The number x is greater than one million and less than ten million.

    In scientific notation:

    [tex]\rm 10^6\leq x\leq 10^7[/tex]

    We can say that from the above inequality that the exponent of the number will be between 6 to 7.

    Thus, the exponent in the number Jerome writes will be anywhere between 6 to 7.

    Learn more about the inequality here:

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