What is the measurement 1042 l rounded off to two significant digits

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What is the measurement 1042 l rounded off to two significant digits

idk what the question is about

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Explanation:

This is a really hard question. Because if you change it to 1,000 then that's only one. If you add the decimal so it's 1,000. , then that's 4 if you change it to 1,040, that's 3. So you can not change that to 2 significant digits.

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sulfur belongs to group 16 because it can be found in nature whether it is in a free or combined state.

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The answer is 1040 because the zeros arent significant

C is the correct answer

why do the isotopes of a particular element behave differently in nuclear reactions but the same in chemical reactions? chemical reactions involve changes to electrons in an atom; isotopes do not differ in electrons, and so they react the same way during chemical changes.