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Ian Uy wrote:
Value 2 = 2.36 x 10^19,709

Is there any mathematical technique or approach to simplify this?


The rules for addition/subtraction/multiplication/division of scientific notation are not difficult. Here is an article on Scientific Notation[^] which covers how to multiply and divide powers of ten. Here is another one[^] which also covers addition and subtraction.
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