Rewrite the following floating-point constants in Java’s form for scientific notation: a) 6.02252 x.

Rewrite the following floating-point
constants in Java’s form for scientific notation:

a) 6.02252 x 1023

b) 29979250000.0

c) 0.00000000529167

d) 3.1415926535

(By the way, each of these constants represents an
approximation of an important value from chemistry, physics, or mathematics:
(a) Avogadro’s number, (b) the speed of light in centimeters per second, (c)
the Bohr radius in centimeters, and (d) the mathematical constant _. In
the case of _, there is no advantage in using the scientific notation
form, but it is nonetheless possible and you should know how to do so.)