a Express the following measurement in scientific notation 2574.2 mL 2574.2 x 103 mL 2.5742 x 103 mL 2574.2 x 102 mL 2574.2 mL b Express the following measurement in scientific notation. 1.0001 g 1.0001 x 103 g 1.0001 x 10 g 1.0001 x 102 g 1.0001 g Submit C Express the following measurement in scientific notation. 100.70C 100.7 x 103C 100.7 x 103C 1 007 x 1020

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a Express the following measurement in scientific notation
2574.2 mL
2574.2 x 103 mL
2.5742 x 103 mL
2574.2 x 102 mL
2574.2 mL
b Express the following measurement in scientific notation.
1.0001 g
1.0001 x 103 g
1.0001 x 10 g
1.0001 x 102 g
1.0001 g
Submit
C Express the following measurement in scientific notation.
100.70C
100.7 x 103C
100.7 x 103C
1 007 x 1020
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a Express the following measurement in scientific notation 2574.2 mL 2574.2 x 103 mL 2.5742 x 103 mL 2574.2 x 102 mL 2574.2 mL b Express the following measurement in scientific notation. 1.0001 g 1.0001 x 103 g 1.0001 x 10 g 1.0001 x 102 g 1.0001 g Submit C Express the following measurement in scientific notation. 100.70C 100.7 x 103C 100.7 x 103C 1 007 x 1020

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