Q: How do you write 41 in standard numbers?

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41,1000

It is 410,000

0.0041

Writing numbers in standard form is writing numbers regular. For example One million in standard form is 1,000,000.

41/1000 = 0.041 = 4.1x10-2 in standard form

3 x 41 = 123

to write it in numbers

Standard form

41*10000 = 410,000

37, 41, and 43

41, 43, 47

standard form

Nope 31 and 41 are odd numbers.

41 is a prime number. It has no composite numbers as factors.

31, 37 and 41 are all prime numbers

41 as a percentage is 41% or 0.41.

1025/1000, 205/200, 41/40

5.5 × 10-1This is not a number you would normally write in standard form. As it is very short. Usually numbers are written in standard form to save time.

Also 41.

5 and 41 are prime numbers but 18 is a composite number

41, 41, 41, and 42.

it means that u write it with the decimal in the middle of the numbers

As 41 is a prime number, the only two positive whole numbers that multiply together to make 41 are 1 and 41: 1 x 41 = 41

Write a program to calculate the standard deviation of an array of values. S.D. = Use nesting function concept

So you don't have to write out an incredible amount of zeroes. Imagine having to write 1x10 to the thousand in normal numbers. It's much easier to use standard form.