# (2.66×10^13)÷(9.5×10^5)

Question
$$\displaystyle{\left({2.66}×{10}^{{13}}\right)}÷{\left({9.5}×{10}^{{5}}\right)}$$

2020-12-08
We have to calculate the following $$\displaystyle{\left({2.66}×{10}^{{13}}\right)}÷{\left({9.5}×{10}^{{5}}\right)}$$
Notice that PSK(2.66×10^13)÷(9.5×10^5)=(2.66*10^13)/(9.5*10^5) =((10^13-5)*2.66)/9.5 =(10^8*266)/9.5 =(10^8*266)/(9.5*100) =(10^8*266*10)/(95*100) =(10^7*266)/95 =(10000000*266)/95 =2660000000/95 =28000000 =28*10^6 =2.8*10^7ZSK

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