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How do you write 70000 in scientific notation?

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You could now many numbers there are after the first, in this case, 4.
Then, you will put a decimal point there, giving you 7.0000. You will then multiply this by 10 to the power of the amount of digits after the first digit, in this case, 4. So;
7x10^4.
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Write in scientific notation 4.7?

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Shift a decimal place to the left, so the exponent for base 10 is 1. Hence, the term in scientific notation is: 4.5668 x 10