What is 5 times 10 to the sixth power

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What is 5 times 10 to the sixth power

there are lots of ways. pick's theorem tells us if the vertices are lattice points the area a is

a = b/2 + i - 1

where b is the number of boundary lattice points and i is the number of interior lattice points.

in the figure i count b=16, i=50 so

a = 8 + 50 - 1 = 57

let's try the shoelace formula. the area is half the sum of the cross products of the sides.

a(-2,6) -2(2)-6(-5) = 26

b(-5,2) -5(-3) - 2(-2) = 19

c(-2,-3) -2(-3) - (-3)(4) = 18

d(4,-3) 4(3) - (-3)(5) = 27

e(5,3) 5(3) - 3(1) = 12

f(1,3) 1(6) - 3(-2) = 12

a(-2,6)

each of the cross products is twice the area of the triangle with the associated side and one vertex the origin. so the area of abo=26/2=13.

area = (1/2) (26 + 19 + 18 + 27 + 12 + 12) = 57

that checks!

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Hi there!

=5,000,000

Step-by-step explanation:

This question is about pemdas.

P-parenthesis

E-exponents

M-multiply

D-divide

A-add

S-subtract

*its should be go left to right.*

5*10⁶

calculate with exponents first.

10⁶=10*10*10*10*10*10=1,000,000

5*1,000,000

=5,000,000

Hope this helps!

-Charlie

Have a great day!

A) 144.44 sq inches i believe

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The answer would be, 5000000.

Step-by-step explanation:

As you should know, 10 to the power of 6 is 1,000,000. What is 5 x 1? It is 5.

This is my answer hope it helped.