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Part B The mass of an average grain of rock salt is about 40 times the mass of an average grain of table salt. If you multiply the mass of table salt in standard notation by 40, what value do you get?​

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  1. Answer:
    0.012
    Step-by-step explanation:
    We know the standard notation of table salt is 0.003, so we simply multiply 40 by this.
    answer – 0.0003 X 40 = 0.012

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