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Match the following orders of magnitude with its prefix symbol:

$$10^{-1}$$ $$\text{p}$$
$$10^{-2}$$ $$\mu$$
$$10^{-3}$$ $$\text{n}$$
$$10^{-6}$$ $$\text{m}$$
$$10^{-9}$$ $$\text{d}$$
$$10^{-12}$$ $$\text{c}$$

ANSWER

4,11,15,19,26,30


SOLUTION
In given table, list 1 represents the few prefix and list 2 represents the sign or symbol of those prefixes.  
Thus, deci $$=d$$, centi $$= c$$, mili $$=m$$, micro $$= \mu$$, nano $$=n$$, pico $$=p$$

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