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1 Zepto = $$10^{-x}$$, then x is ?


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21


SOLUTION
Zepto is the one of prefix of SI system. 
In metric system, $$1$$ zeptometer $$=10^{-21}$$ meter.  Thus, the given statement will be true. 
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