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About 150 million km, or 150,000,000,000 meters.

Q: How far is the earth from the sun in expanded form and in standard form?

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As far as I am aware, standard notation is just the common form of the number, as opposed to "scientific notation" which saves a hell of a lot of zeros being written all over the place. Eg....you 0.7 million in standard notation is simply 700,000. But in scientific notation could be written as 7x105.

The Autocad standard of the first line of dimensions is typically 3/8" off the object. With the baseline spacing from that set to 1/4".

From earth to the moon.

A 'light-year' is a distance calculated by how far light can travel in one standard year. A 'light-minute' is how far light can travel in one minute. Earth is about 8 light-minutes (93,000,000 miles) from the Sun. 14 light-years in space is going to be about 84 trillion miles, a huuuuge distance!

it is 630.83522583901085036588443098663 times around the earth

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That IS the standard form, as far as I know.

Er ... which planet exactly do you think that we come from? As far as science can discover, Earth IS the only planet with life on it, so you're asking how far Earth is from Earth.

10 x 7

About 100 miles

having jobs such as a mathematician uses standard form. Being an astronomer needs standard form, because you're working with such enormous numbers as planets are so far away. also being a scientist needs standard form because you're working with small numbers too.

93,000,000 miles,or in Scientific Notation:9.3 *10 miles.

The distance of earth from the sun is about 93,000,000 miles

The moon is 384,400 kilometers away.

On November 24, 2011 at about 21:00 Atlantic Standard Time, Saturn was 1.563 x 109 kilometres from earth.

No, "furtherest" is not a standard word in English. The correct superlative form of "far" is "furthest."

150 million km. As long as you mean "from the sun".

They haven't expanded that far South yet.