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The question asks a charge of +45 uC (u is coefficient of friction and C is Columb). Now what would that translate into scientific notation?

Because I know 3 uC equals 3.0 x 10^-6, but what about double figures? Thanks

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The question asks a charge of +45 uC (u is coefficient of friction and C is Columb). Now what would that translate into scientific notation?

Because I know 3 uC equals 3.0 x 10^-6, but what about double figures? Thanks

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why does 3uC equal 3 x 10^-6?

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