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Q: How do you write 310 to the zero power in standard form?

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9x100. Since anything to the zero power is 1, this becomes just 9.

you multiply for example 2to the 5th power =2x2x2x2x2Writing exponents in standard form is simple and easy to do. For every exponent you have to put a zero.

2.80006 X 10*7 that is two point eight zero zero zero six times ten to the power of seven

4.01

Standard form: 4.08 Word form: four and eight hundredths (Speaking: four point zero eight)

Four and twenty three thousandths = 4.023You do not need to write this number in standard form.(Although, it would actually be written like this... 4.023 x 100)(Anything to the power of zero = 1)

Due to its size, I would use standard (scientific) form and write it as: Two point two zero five six nine times ten to the power of seventy eight

8.45

The standard from for a complex number is a + bi, where a and b can have any real value including zero and i = âˆš-1

5.747 = 5.747 × 10^0 The decimal point needs to move zero digits, so the power of 10 is zero.

Zero point zero zero nine

Nine, zero zero zero zero zero nine.

There are an infinite number of them. One of those is 9.40 and you would form each of the others by adding another zero.

One million. One zero zero zero zero zero zero.

zero point zero ten

Six point zero zero.

In word form, 2.00 is two point zero zero.

Zero point zero zero one seven.

Five point zero zero zero three.

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The way you wrote it is the standard notation. Standard notation means to write the number in its standard form. So, a number such as 150 is simply written as 150 in standard notation. The same applies to decimals. Unless you are not in the USA, in which case Standard form (also known as "standard index form" or "scientific notation") requires a single non-zero digit before the decimal point and a multiplier of a power of 10 which gets the decimal point back to where it was in the original number. To calculated the power of the ten count how many digits the decimal point needs to move; if it needs to move to the left make it negative: 0.00105 = 1.05 × 10^-3

Five point two zero zero

zero point two zero nine

Zero-point-zero-five-four.

Twelve point zero zero three.