Q: How do you write 3.5billion in standard notations?

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2.07 is the standard formYou write 2.07 in standard form as: 2.07 × 100

That is the standard form.

The standard form is 1,200,000

The standard form is 5,050,000

94,000 is the standard form.

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Thirty-five billion.

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It is 2 in both notations.

3.8 * 10^14

There are different standard notations for different things. The question needs to be more specific.

In the UK, you do nothing! The two notations are the same.

6.64 x 10-7

I assume you mean scientific notation. This is 1.5x108.

Scientific notation and standard notations are the same in most of the wolrd.

You can write 100 an infinite number of ways; as fractions, multiples, notations, and others.

75,251 in western notation. 75 251 in British notation. Commas are reserved for the decimal point in eastern notations.

Abbreviated notations, shortened initials, or other non-standard methods of making notations on law enforcement and/or court records is not standard throughout the country. Your best bet is to go to the Clerk Of The Court's Office and ask one of the clerks there what it means to them.