What is the number 4,305,012 written in expanded notation


Answer 1
Answer: 4,000,000 + 300,000 + 00,000 + 5,000 + 000 + 10 + 2. I hope that helps! ((Btw the 00,000 & 000 are optional, you don't have to put them.))
Answer 2
4000+ 300,000+5000+12 is the expanded form for that number

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Step-by-step explanation:


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