Mark M. answered • 09/07/16

Mathematics Teacher - NCLB Highly Qualified

6000 = 6 x 1000

6000 = 6 x 10

^{3}Yara Z.

asked • 09/07/16- 6x10
^{1} - 6x10
^{2} - 6x10
^{3} - 6x10
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Mark M. answered • 09/07/16

Mathematics Teacher - NCLB Highly Qualified

6000 = 6 x 1000

6000 = 6 x 10^{3}

Shenita P. answered • 09/07/16

Math is my passion

The rule related to this problem is when it states 10^{1 }or 10^{2 }, that means the amount of zeroes behind the given number .

For example 10^{3} would be 1000 because 10 x 10 x 10 = 1000

So, in this particular problem the answer would be number 3 because 10^{3 }= 1000 so then you have 6 × 1000 which then = 6000^{}

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