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What is 800 in standard form?


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Answered 2012-12-05 13:45:12

Writing a number in standard form simply means to express the number in its 'normal' form. Therefore, the way you wrote the number is the standard form for your example.

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9+800 is how you write it in standard form


20,805 is standard form 20,000 + 800 + 5 is expanded form 2.1 * 104 is scientific form


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800 in decimal form = 800.0


well, actually 800 is incorrect its actually in thousands. Think of it this way, 80 is equivalent to 8 tens right? How abt 80 tens? Nope! Not 80! It's 800. Now 800 tens is 8000. So 893 hundreds is a bit tricky. 893 tens would be 8,930. In hundreds your answer would be 89,300. Yup! Ten thousands! Whoever said 800 was the answer is stupid as hell.


8.0 x 10 to the power of 2. I can't do it properly on the phone, but write a little 2 after the ten.


It is: 96/800 = 3/25 in its simplest form


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In standard form it is 4.86*104. Standard form and scientific form are the same.



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