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Problem 1.61

Convert the following numbers from scientific notation to standard notation:

(a) $$5.28 \times 10^{3}$$

(b) $$8.205 \times 10^{-2}$$

(c) $$1.84 \times 10^{-5}$$

(d) $$6.37 \times 10^{4}$$

Text Transcription:

5.28 times 10^3

8.205 times 10^-2

1.84 times 10^-5

6.37 times 10^4

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Exam 2 Chapter 3,4,5 Light spectrum, Electromagnetics, Atomic spectra, Quantum Theory, Photons, Electron orbits. Week 5 update Chapter 3 Equations: f = 1 / λ λ= C/f F= frequency λ= Wave length C= Speed of light; 2.99*10 8 We need to know the order that the colors appear in the spectrum in order to understand how long the wave length is. The closer to Red the longer the wave length. The pattern is: Red­ Orange­ Yellow­ Green­ Blue­ Purple Next we will determine radio waves based on their frequency. Given a frequency (radio station) at 98.5 MH (FM2 you can determine the wave length by using the speed of light minus the frequency as shown below. λ= C/f λ= (2.998*10 )/(98.5*10 ) 6 Notice the (*10 ). The reason for this is that the frequency was given in MH and 2 the speed of light was given in Meters. Meters is 6 away from the Mega. See below for a conversion chart. Its important to memorize this chart. Giga The lines represent the number of decimal places you would _____ count. _____ Given 24.3NM how many meters do I have Mega There are 9 spaces between Nanometers and the ­8 _____ base, meters. Meters= .0000000243 or 2

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