An atomic clock that runs on radiation from hydrogen atoms loses 1 second per 1,700,000 Years. What is this number of years represente

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An atomic clock that runs on radiation from hydrogen atoms loses 1 second per 1,700,000
Years. What is this number of years represented in scientific notation?

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    2021-07-26T16:54:28+00:00

    Answer:

    = 1.7 × 106

    (scientific notation)

    = 1.7e6

    (scientific e notation)

    = 1.7 × 106

    (engineering notation)

    (million; prefix mega- (M))

    = 1700000

    (real number)

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