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The scientific notation means express of a large number or too small number in such a convenient decimal form. The decimal form is in the form of “m×10^{n ” } where m is non-zero digit number left to the decimal point and “ n” is an integer

Because in above least no. of scientific figure is 3 so in our scientific notation also scientific figure is 3

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This is because in the above value there is only three minimum significant figure so in our scientific notation contain three significant figure.

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This is because in the above value there is only three minimum significant figure s...

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