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 Subject: "gravitational accelaration of uranus and saturn" Category: Science > Math Asked by: bellatapia-ga List Price: \$10.00 Posted: 18 Feb 2005 15:34 PST Expires: 20 Mar 2005 15:34 PST Question ID: 476834
 ```(6.19393431*e)26/653262481000000= (4.05607856 *e)27/3632231824000000 =``` Request for Question Clarification by livioflores-ga on 18 Feb 2005 18:03 PST `What is your question?` Clarification of Question by bellatapia-ga on 19 Feb 2005 04:59 PST ```what is the answer i should get when i multiply and then divide the problems below. there should be a solution to these problems. I don't know how to multiply them and then divide. you are supposed find what (6.19393431*e)26 is, in other words what is that to the 26 power and then divide it by 653262481000000= same thing with this one, what is (4.05607856 *e) to the 27 power and then divide it by 3632231824000000 =```
 ```bellatapia-ga, 6.19393431*e^26/653262481000000= 0.00185581811 4.05607856 *e^27/3632231824000000=0.000594133185 I used the Google calculator function to arrive at the answer. Just post the equations (note the slight reformatting) into a Google search, and their built-in calculator will show you the answer. Let me know if you need any additional information. pafalafa-ga```