# How do you write and simplify #(7.77 times 10^3 kg)(9.76 times 10^9 m)# in scientific notation?

To write and simplify ( (7.77 \times 10^3 , \text{kg})(9.76 \times 10^9 , \text{m}) ) in scientific notation:

- Multiply the coefficients: ( 7.77 \times 9.76 = 75.9972 ).
- Add the exponents: ( 10^3 \times 10^9 = 10^{3+9} = 10^{12} ).
- Combine the coefficient and the exponent: ( 75.9972 \times 10^{12} ).
- Round the coefficient to the appropriate significant figures: ( 76.0 \times 10^{12} ).

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