Q: What is .00092 in engineering notation?

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In engineering notation, 0.00001 is written as 10^-5.

326*104

No, that is engineering notation. 3.59 X 10^24 is the same number in scientific notation.

In engineering notation 209 x 10³ or 0.209 x 10^6 would be the most likely used powers of 10. In scientific notation it would be 2.09 x 10^5

2.93E5, or 2.95 times 10 to the 5th power. The difference between "scientific notation" and "engineering notation" is that scientific notation generally has one digit before the decimal point and can have any exponent, while engineering notation uses exponents divisible by 3; so, 3, 6, 9, 12 and so on. So in "engineering notation", this number would be 293 times 10 to the 3rd power, or 0.293 times ten to the sixth power.

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0.00058 + 00092 - 0.02652 = 91.97406

89,000 in engineering notation is 89 x 10^3

how Yu express 0.55 in engineering notation

In engineering notation, 0.00001 is written as 10^-5.

Scientific notation: 3.3*103 And I'm not certain, but I think it is also 3.3*103 in engineering notation

Engineering notation has to be a factor of 1000. (10^3, 10^6, 20^9, etc.

Sometimes engineers use either scientific or engineering notation, although you are correct that most of the time engineering notation is used. The reason for this the use if greek letter prefixes for quantities. Very often large and small quantities are expressed as micro, mega, giga, nano, and so on. These terms relate to engineering notation in multiples of 1000 or 1/1000. It is a very convenient shorthand not only in writing but also while speaking.

6.2*106.

It is: 3.75*10^11

326*104

No, that is engineering notation. 3.59 X 10^24 is the same number in scientific notation.

In engineering notation 209 x 10³ or 0.209 x 10^6 would be the most likely used powers of 10. In scientific notation it would be 2.09 x 10^5