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It is: 2,800,000,000 or as 2.8*10^9 in scientific notation

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0280% as an improper fraction in its simplest form is 14/5

Two hundred and eighty

It is 1 280 000 000.

280,000,000,000 or 280 billion

You cannot because 280 is an integer. It is neither a fraction nor a mixed number.

Yes, it is 280 times as big.

It is simply 280/1 as an improper or 'top heavy' fraction

280 billion / 8 million = 28*109/(8*106) = (28/8)*103 = 7/2*1000 = 7*500 = 3500

300000000000 / 280000000 = 1,071.42857

2800000000 Million dollars

It is: 2.8*10^11 = 280,000,000,000

280 million can also be written as 2.8*108 or 2.8E8.

Any integer can be written over 1. 280/1

Two hundred and eighty million.

To find the number that is 15% of 280, multiply 280 by 0.15 (the equalent of 15% in decimal form). The answer is 42.

It is a room whose sides are sqrt(280) units long.

One Billion, Two Hundred Eighty Million.

two hundred and eighty in words ?

deux cent quatre vingt

Two hundred eighty million.

280 kilometers / 4 hours = 280/4 kilometers per hour = 70 kilometers per hour

Multiply by 100: 2.8 x 100 = 280%

30% off of 280= 30% discount applied to 280= 280 - (30% * 280)= 280 - (0.30 * 280)= 280 - 84= 196

2 x 2 x 2 x 5 x 7 or 23 x 5 x 7 = 280

The population of the United States in 2002 was 280 million people. The total world population in 2002 was 6.28 billion people.

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