# SOLUTION: The mass of a dust particle is 7.53 x 10^-10 kg. If there were 6 x 10^4 particles in a giant dust ball on your floor, what would be the mass of that dust ball? Express your answer

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 Click here to see ALL problems on decimal-numbers Question 232652: The mass of a dust particle is 7.53 x 10^-10 kg. If there were 6 x 10^4 particles in a giant dust ball on your floor, what would be the mass of that dust ball? Express your answer in scientific notation.Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!(7.53 x 10^-10)(6 x 10^4 )=45.18*10^(4-10)=45.18*10^(-6)