Steps in scientific notation 1. Identify the location of the decimal point. 2. Move the decimal point, stop moving after 1st none zero digit, stop moving the non zero digit, 3. Identify the multiplying factor 4. Identify the exponent
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Scientific Notation format for millirem
One millirem is 1 x 10-3 rem, which can also be written as 1E-3 rem.
Note that 1 x 10-3 is not the same as 1.0 x 10-3 which is not the same as 1.00 x 10-3.
Those numbers have one, two, and three significant digits, respectively. That is, the second number…
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315 in Scientific Notation = 3.15 x 102
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Scientific notation is the expression of a number based on the largest exponent of 10 for its value, where the form is a decimal number A x 10n. Scientific Notation Scientific notation is a way to "easily" or "conveniently" write very large or very small numbers. As these numbers are frequently enco…
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To show very large or very small numbers, without writing out all the digits. To make it easy to compare such numbers, without having to count all the digits.
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To change a mixed number to scientific notation, convert the mixed
number to a decimal.
309 and 3/4 = 309.75 = 3.0975 x 10^2
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Scientific Notation
Not sure what you mean by writing it "in measurement."
Wherever or however it's employed, numbers or values expressed in scientific notation have the following format: a x 10b, where b is an integer (positive or negative) chosen such that a is a real number between at least o…
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605,000,000 in Scientific Notation = 6.05 x 108
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It was created by Descartes in 1637
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Please be more specific. Do you mean scientific notation?
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The milli- prefix means "× 10^-3"
→ 22000 mg = 2.2 × 10^4 mg = (2.2 × 10^4) × 10^-3 g = 2.2 × (10^4 ×
10^-3) g = 2.2 × 10^(4 + -3) g = 2.2 × 10^1 g
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425 = 4.25 × 10²
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Move 3 decimal places to the right from the starting point, and you should get -3 as the exponent for base 10. Therefore, the term in scientific notation is:5.219 x 10-3
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It is: 7.7*10^3 m
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2.750389 x 10 6
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22,000 mg in Scientific Notation = 2.2 x 104 mg
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Rene Descartes in 1637. Archimedes created a similar system.
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Archimedes.
his exponential counting system created to help him calculate the amount of sand needed to fill the universe [in the Sand Reckoner]
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Just remember that there is one digit to the left of the decimal in scientific notation. All the other digits go on the right of the decimal. Then find an appropriate power of ten to write the rest of the number.
Your 0.005219 is 5.2 x 10-3 in scientific notation.
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I'm going to assume you know how to find the product of two
numbers.
55 x 45 = 2475 = 2.475 x 10^3
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It is: 3.56*10^6
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Just remember that there is one digit to the left of the decimal in scientific notation. All the other digits go on the right of the decimal. Then find an appropriate power of ten to write the rest of the number.
Your 2042 is 3.76 x 105 in scientific notation.
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It is: 7.3*107
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8272000 = 8.272 × 10^6
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35.60 in Scientific Notation = 3.56 x 101
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Scientific notation uses short-hand for long numbers, writing the numbers in a standard form of a decimal number greater or equal to 1 and less than 10 multiplied by a power of 10, whereas ordinary notation just writes the number as one would every number. It helps to avoid errors when there could b…
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No such thing.
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Scientific notation is when you take very big or very small numbers and make them easy to read. for instance 67000000 would be 6.7 x 10^7 because you move the decimal 7 places to the left. If you moved it to the right it would be a negative exponent like 0.0000089 would be 8.9 x10^-6Note: the first …
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Archimedes, the son of a astronomer named Phidias of Greece whom we
know nothing about. He was born in Syracuse, Greece in 287 B.C and
died in 212 B.C. He was killed by a roman soldier because the roman
soldier knew nothing about his identity.
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exponentialofx
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The scientific definition of pace is the speed or rate at which
something happens, changes, or develops
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The Urban Dictionary lists a game called cupit, but it's not very
scientific. I'm guessing you meant "cubit" which is an ancient
measure of length, approximately equal to the length of a forearm.
It was typically about 18 inches or 44 cm, though there was a long
cubit of about 21 inches or 52 cm.
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Note that the term is interpreted as 3690.0. Shift 3 decimal places to the left to get:3.690 X 10³
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374,274 in Scientific Notation = 3.74274 x 105
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1 x 109my opinion is : 109 because that might confuse you^1 x 10 ^ 9.
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As far as we know, we only use scientific notation here on Earth,
for the computing of very large numbers (like the distance between
planets) or very small numbers (like the radius of a hydrogen
atom).
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Answer
9,700,045,306
Answer
9.700045306 x 109
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Scientific notation7000 = 7 x 103There is some ambiguity in nice round numbers like 7000, because you don't know how many significant digits it represents. Is the 7000 a rounding up from 6999, 6991, or 6911 -- or is it EXACTLY 7000?Scientists would take care of that ambiguity by writing7.00 x 103, 7…
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when a number is written in scientific notation it includes a denotation or a connotation :)
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2.750389 x 10 to the 6th power
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Scientific notation for decimals less than one
It is 2.5 x 10-4.
In engineering notation, it is 2.5E-4.2.5 * 10-4Well, you didn't put a decimal point in there, so you'd drop the superfluous zeros to the left of the 25, and 25 in scientific notation is .......25, or if you wanted to push scientif…
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Something that is a billion has 9 zeroes. Therefore, 4.3 billion is 4.3 x 109
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9.053300e+4
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3,400 in Scientific Notation = 3.4 x 103
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To express long answers in a shorthand way.
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the scientific notation was created to make it easier to multiply by tenEX: 3*104=?3 with 4 zeros30000
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The answer in standard form is 86.3
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Numbers in scientific notation have two parts: a mantissa and an exponent: mantissa x 10exponentThe mantissa is a number that must be greater than or equal to 1 and less than 10.The exponent is any integer (positive or negative or zero). The exponent tells how many digits the decimal point needs to …
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To do scientific notation, all you have to do is take the decimal
and move it over until you only have one number in front of it,
then write x10^the number of spaces the decimal moved. For example
630,000 would be 6.3x10^5 because you moved the decimal over 5
times.
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The process of searching for facts or details in a systematic manner.
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Written in scientific notation, 13.2641003 = 1.32641003 x 101 (as asked). To obtain that value, move 1 decimal place left from the starting point, so the exponent for base 10 is 1.
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scientific notation is useful because when you are writing out a very large or very small number you dont have to write lots of zero'zBecause sometimes numbers get really big or really small.
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daL is an abbreviation for decalitre, which is equivalent to 10
litres.
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Scientific notation doesn't exactly have a lot of steps, but I will discuss how it is done. Let us say, you want to convert the number 1,300,000,000 to scientific notation. First, count the number of digits. It turns out to be a ten digit number. Then we observe that the first two digits are not zer…
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Note that the term is expressed as 4,014,489,600.0. Shift 9 decimal places to the left, so we have 4.0144896 x 109.
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62,000 = 6.200000e+4
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To put a number in scientific notation follow these steps:
Let's use the number 12602000
1) Move the decimal all the way over until there is only one number
in front of it.
1.2602000
2) Count how many times you moved the decimal over, if you move the
decimal left the number will be positive. …
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to how to add and subtrac ect.
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Bias in a scientific investigation usually comes in the form of
wanting a particular result. This can skew with the process, doing
things that an objective experiment would never do, such as only
choose certain results as valid.
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0.99 in Scientific Notation = 9.9 x 10-1
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105 x 10 ^5
1.05 x 10-3
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4.520000e-10
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The term is interpreted as: 31536000.0.Move 7 decimal places left from the starting point, so write out the term as 3.1536 x 107.
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50000000 in scientific notation is 5.0 x 107.
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To compute very large or very small numbers.To compute very large or very small numbers.To compute very large or very small numbers.
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In "Scientific Notation" or "Standard Form" it is correctly
written:
502.309
In Written From it is correctly written:
Five hundred two and three hundred thousandths
* * * *
No! In standard or scientific form it is 5.02309*10^2
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15,000 in Scientific Notation = 1.5 x 104
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262,144 = 2.621440e+5
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It is written in scientific notation as 3.4x10-3.
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Exponential or "Scientific" notation is a way of writing numbers
that are too big or too small to be conveniently written in decimal
form. To overcome this one expresses the number and the power of 10
to which that number has to be raised.
Here are some examples:
Number -------------Exponential fo…
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The value in scientific notation is 8.624 x 10³. Shift 3 decimal places to the left to obtain that value. Rounding that value to 3 sig fig implies that we need to round that value to the nearest hundredths. Hence, we get:8.62 x 103
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0000003 in Scientific Notation = 3E-06 x 106
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Scientific notation is normally used for numbers that are either far to large or far to small to be written conveniently in decimal notation.A,B For example the Earth's mass is approximately: 5,973,600,000,000,000,000,000,000.0 kg In scientific notation this would be written as: 5.9736 x 1024 kg. …
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9,812,046 --> 9.812 * 10^6 You move the decimal point 6 places to the left for larger numbers. You can leave of the decimals if need be or add them all depending on the number of significant figures. .00012 --> 1.2 * 10^-4 Negative powers shift the decimal point to the right for small numbe…
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We have no idea. The exponential notation of 262144 is 2^18
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Shift 6 decimal places to the right from the starting point, so the exponent for base 10 is -6. Therefore, the answer is 3.62 x 10-6.
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6,000 in Scientific Notation = 6 x 103
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0.010 in Scientific Notation = 1.0 x 10-2, since they specified the rightmost 0, it is considered significant.
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20,000 in Scientific Notation = 2 x 10440,000 in Scientific Notation = 4 x 104
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I am giving you examples of how to convert to scientific notation. 3450 = 3.45x103 345 = 3.45x102 34.5 = 3.45x101 3.45 = 3.45x100 0.345 = 3.45x10-1 0.0345 = 3.45x10-2 0.00345 = 3.45x10-30.000345 = 3.45x10-4 0.0000345 = 3.45x10-5 and so on. I hope you see a pattern that 3.45 is always expressed. Th…
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0.00566 meters in Scientific Notation = 5.66 x
10-3meters.
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783,216,000 can be written in scientific notation as 7.83216x108, 78.3216x107, 783.216x106, 7,832.16x105, 78,321.6x104, or 783,216x103.
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0.478 = 4.78 x 10^-1
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13,150,000,000 in scientific notation is 1.315 x 10^10.
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4064.4 trillion in scientific notation is 4.0644 x 10^15
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Well, it was never "discovered." Scientific notation is just a means of grouping by tens using it a means to write really large numbers by using less space. Often Descartes is "credited" with "inventing" it in 1637. This is primarily an internet thing and has no actual proof.Even Archimedes who live…
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This means multiply the base times itself as many times as the exponents says. Ex: 4 x 4 x 4 =64 4 to the power of 3 = 64
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When using scientific notation, you shift the decimal place over
until there is only one digit in front of the decimal place and
count how many times the decimal moved. 55,000 would be 5.5x10^4
because the decimal moved over four spots to the left. If the
number was .00055 then the answer would've b…
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4.165000e+7
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7.914 X 10^-6
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2,750,389 in Scientific Notation = 2.750389 x 106
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0.000023456 in Scientific Notation = 2.3456 x 10-5
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8.74 * 10-10
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Scientific Notation will be used at some point especially if you
are a scientist, or doctor. It is used to compute very large or
very small numbers.
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3.500000e+7
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2.78 X 10^5
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5.0947 × 10-2
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