Q: How is 14000000000 written in standard scientific notation?

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It is one of the great ironies of Mathematics that "standard" is not standard. In the US, standard notation is a number, like 953, which would be written in scientific notation as 9.53 x 10^2 In Britain, scientific notation is also known as "standard form."

54.73 written in standard scientific notation is 5.473 × 10^1.

Scientific notation: 48.9 x 103 Standard notation: 48,900

36.1 is already in standard notation. The standard form(also called scientific notation) of 36.1 is: 3.61 Ã— 101

If you mean scientific notation of 2.6*10^5 then it is 260,000

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It is: 1.4*10^10

If it is written in scientific notation it will have x10 to a certain power if it is standard it won't

It is one of the great ironies of Mathematics that "standard" is not standard. In the US, standard notation is a number, like 953, which would be written in scientific notation as 9.53 x 10^2 In Britain, scientific notation is also known as "standard form."

Standard Notation: * 1,000,000,000,000 Scientific Notation: * 1.0X1012

54.73 written in standard scientific notation is 5.473 × 10^1.

8.62 trillion written out is 8,620,000,000,000 is 8.62 x 1012 in standard (scientific) notation.

Scientific notation: 48.9 x 103 Standard notation: 48,900

It's not scientific (scientific is 3.424 * 10 ^ 5; sometimes written 3.424e+5) notation.\

Scientific notation (also called standard form or exponential notation) is a way of writing numbers that accommodates values too large or small to be conveniently written in standard decimal notation.

36.1 is already in standard notation. The standard form(also called scientific notation) of 36.1 is: 3.61 Ã— 101

If you mean scientific notation of 2.6*10^5 then it is 260,000

As far as I am aware, standard notation is just the common form of the number, as opposed to "scientific notation" which saves a hell of a lot of zeros being written all over the place. Eg....you 0.7 million in standard notation is simply 700,000. But in scientific notation could be written as 7x105.