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Exponential notation vs. scientific notation

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Date: Apr 01, 2008 at 17:28:17
Subject: Exponential notation vs. scientific notation

What is the difference between scientific notation and exponential notation?
What would the following be considered written in?
3.4 X 10^3 and 34 X 10^3

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