Scientific Notation

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.

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Scientific Notation

What is 0.005007 in scientific notation?

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What is the scientific notation for 29600000000000?

29600000000000 in scientific notation = 2.96 x 1013

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What is 0.00038 in scientific notation?

It is: 3.8*10^-4

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What is the scientific notation of 0.0000607?

6.07 x 10-5.

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How do you write 0.00105 in scientific notation?

It is: 1.05*10-3

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What is scientific notation?

Scientific notation is a way of writing large and small numbers

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What is 0.00330000 in scientific notation?

333

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How do you write 0.70010 in scientific notation?

0.70010 in scientific notation is 7.001 x 10^-1

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What is 0.0000000128 in scientific notation?

1.2.8e-9 cm

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What is 0.000735 in scientific notation?

8.76

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How do you express 14503 in scientific notation?

It is: 1.4503*104

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What is 0.00000037 in scientific notation?

It is: 3.7*10^-7

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What is 0.0000034 written in scientific notation?

0.0000034 in Scientific Notation = 3.4 x 10-6

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What is the scientific notation for 45.01?

45.01 in Scientific Notation = 4.501 x 101

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What fraction of 5.60 is 0.70?

1/8

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What is the scientific notation of 405 000?

405,000 in Scientific Notation = 4.05 x 105

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What is 363104000 espressed in scientific notation?

3.63104 x 10^8

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What is the number 0.009402 in scientific notation?

0.009402 = 9.402 x 10^-3

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Why do scientist use scientific notation?

Scientists use scientific notation because it is a convenient way of handling very large or very small numbers. Chemists, for example, use the idea of a mole, which is approximately 6.022 x 10^23 atoms or molecules of a substance. If we wrote this number out in traditional decimal notation, it would look like 602,200,000,000,000,000,000,000. Many of the constants used in physics and chemistry are also very large or very small numbers. For example, the Planck constant, important in describing the energies of quantized systems, is approximately 6.63 x 10^-34 Js. If we wrote out this number traditionally it would look like 0.000000000000000000000000000000000663.

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What is 3.3 times 10 to the 23rd power?

3.3 times 10 to the 23rd power = 330,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (330 sextillion).

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How do you write 53.8 in scientific notation?

It is: 5.38*101

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What is the first factor in scientific notation?

It is known as the mantissa.

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What is 0.000324 in scientific notation?

0.000324 in scientific notation is 3.24 x 10^-4 or 3.24E-4

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What is 149597871 in scientific notation?

It is 1.49597871*10^8 in scientific notation

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How is 0.073 written in scientific notation?

7.3 x 10^-2

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