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Physics Chapter 1..

Chapter 1

QuestionAnswer
Are non-zero numbers significant? Yes
Are zeros in between two non-zero numbers significant? Yes
Are zeros after non-zero numbers significant if there is no decimal? No
Are zeros after non-zero numbers significant if there is a decimal? Yes
In values less than 1, are zeros to the left of non-zero numbers significant? No
True or false: An exponent affects a number's amount of significant figures. False
What is the rule for the amount of significant figures a number should have after multiplication/division? The result should only have the same amount of significant figures as the number with the smallest amount of significant figures.
What is the rule for the amount of significant figures a number should have after addition/subtraction? The result should have as many decimal places as the number with the fewest decimal places.
How many sig figs does 5492 have? 4
How many sig figs does 6003 have? 4
How many sig figs does 6300 have? 2
How many sig figs does 1.30000 have? 6
How many sig figs does 0.0037 have? 2
How many sig figs should the product of 22.1 and 1.344 have? 3
How many decimal places should there be in the answer to 30.15 + 3.1 + 10.344? 1
What is the formula for density? D = m/v
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