- (4.27 x 10
^{4}) + (3.61 x 10^{6}) x (4.32 x 10^{-4}) = - (3.27 x 10
^{6}) ÷ (2.11 x 10^{-4}) x (5.23 x 10^{3}) = - (2.19 x 10
^{6}) x (4.48 x 10^{-3}) ÷ (7.38 x 10^{-4})= - (4.13 x 10
^{4}) ÷ [(3.16 x 10^{3}) x (2.17×10^{-10})] + (4.54 x 10^{10}) = - (7.20 x 10
^{3}) + (7.20 x 10^{4}) + (7.20 x 10^{5}) = - (4.31 x 10
^{-2}) + (4.32 x 10^{-3}) + (4.33 x 10^{-4}) = - (5.32 x 10
^{5}) – (3.09 x 10^{3}) = - A car is moving at 16 km/hr with the use of 3 horsepower engine. If we will increase the engine to 25%, how fast will the car go?
- A space shuttle travels in deep space at a speed at 5.62 x 10
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