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SIGNIFICANT FIGURES IN CALCULATIONS : Perform each calculation to the correct number of

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Problem 57

SIGNIFICANT FIGURES IN CALCULATIONS : Perform each calculation to the correct number of significantfigures.(a) 4.5 x 0.03060 x 0.391(b) 5.55 / 8.97(c) (7.890 x 10) / (6.7 x 10)(d) 67.8 * 9.8 , 100.04

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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
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