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- Segment 1 (measured by worker 1) = 12.24 m
- Segment 2 (measured by worker 2) = 8.4 m
- Segment 3 (measured by worker 3) = 11.187 m

What is the correct value of the sum the supervisor must record?

- 31.827 m
- 31.83 m
- 31.8 m
- 31.80 m

**Correct Answer: B**

- 0.0037400 m
- 3.000003 kg
- 745 000 000 000 Hz
- 74.000000000 electrons

**Correct Answer: D**

- 103.00 × 10
^{-4}km - 0.010300 km
- 10.300 m
- 103 × 10
^{-4}km

**Correct Answer: D**

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