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The decimal moves 8 places to the right, so it's 1.7 x 10^-8.

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The distance between these orbits is 249,209,300.0 km. In scientific notation, it's 2.49209300 x 108 km. Move 8 decimal places to the left to get that number in that notation!

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Shift 4 decimal places to the right, so the exponent for base 10 is -4. Therefore, 0.00033 in Scientific Notation is 3.3 x 10-4

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3.002 x 10^-5

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2.0*10-10 m

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It is: 2.9032*10^10 in standard form or scientific notation

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2.5E-2 is the scientific notation.

Technically it is 2.5x10-2 , E is calculator notation and would not be officially acceptable, for example, on a test.

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Move 4 decimal places right from the starting point, so the exponent for base 10 is -4. Therefore, the term in scientific notation is 3.32 x 10-4.

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Note that 251 is the same as 251.0. Move 2 decimal places to the left to get:

2.51 x 102

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Note that 1429000 = 1429000.0. Then, move 6 decimal places to the left and rewrite the term as:

1.429 x 106

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0.000923 written in scientific notation is 9.23 x 10^-4 or 9.23E-4

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170.04 = 1.7*102

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Steps in scientific notation

1. Identify the location of the decimal point.

2. Move the decimal point, stop moving after 1st none zero digit, stop moving the non zero digit,

3. Identify the multiplying factor

4. Identify the exponent

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It is 13^3.

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Scientific notation : 2.5 x 10^10 = 25,000,000,000

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Something that is a trillion has 12 zeroes. Then, 100 trillion is 100.0 x 1012. Move 2 decimal places to the left from where the decimal place "landed". Therefore, 100 trillion in Scientific Notation is 1.0 x 1014

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In scientific notation it is 1.57821*10^5 and so it is 10 to the power of 5

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Something that is a trillion starts off with this base 1012. Therefore, 3.65 trillion is 3.65 x 1012 in scientific notation.

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To do scientific notation, all you have to do is take the decimal and move it over until you only have one number in front of it, then write x10^the number of spaces the decimal moved. For example 630,000 would be 6.3x10^5 because you moved the decimal over 5 times.

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0.037 = 3.7x10-2

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Since 0.0000012 is less than 1, move the decimal point to the right until you get a number that is greater than or equal to 1. The number you end up with is 1.2 in this case and the number of places you had to move the decimal point, with a negative in front, is b ( -6 in this case ) 1.2 x 10-6 http://www.nyu.edu/pages/mathmol/textbook/scinot.html

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mm

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1.1E9

or

1.1 x 109

the first way is the engeneric way to write it the second way is normal

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Shift 3 decimal places to the right from the starting position, so the exponent for base 10 is -3. Therefore, the number in scientific notation is:

2.5 x 10-3

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5.89917 x 103

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