Q: Is 2 a standard notation in math?

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12

That is the standard notation.

Standard notation is 6,500,000,000 .Scientific notation is 6.5 x 109 .

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5.7509999999999994

5

1,000 or 103

The standard notation for 5.79 x 10-2 is 0.0579

Standard Notation is where you take a number, say 10 to the fourth power and you turn it into its original number witch in this case is 10,000.

The standard notation is: -429

It is just the number written out as we normally write it.Example #1: for the number 725:Standard Notation = 725Scientific Notation = 7.25 x 102Expanded Notation = 700 + 20 + 5Number And Word Notation = 7.25 hundredExample #2: for the number 365.23:Standard Notation = 365.23Scientific Notation = 3.6523 x 102Expanded Notation = 300 + 60 + 5 + .2 + .03Number And Word Notation = 3.6523 hundred

standard notation and scientific notation For example: 126,000 is standard notation. 1.26X105 is scientific notation.

1.02 x 10-2 in standard notation is 0.0102

Standard notation for 0.0876 is 0.0876Standard form for 0.0876 is 8.76 × 10-2

Depends what you call standard notation. It is 3.75 x 10-2 or 0.00375

2-3 in standard notation is 0.125

9.8 x 10-2 is 0.098 in standard notation.

7.810 to the negative 2 power in standard notation is written as 0.07810

9.014 x 10-2 in standard notation is 901.4

It is one of the great ironies of Mathematics that "standard" is not standard. In the US, standard notation is a number, like 953, which would be written in scientific notation as 9.53 x 10^2 In Britain, scientific notation is also known as "standard form."

2

2 x 10-5 in standard notation is 0.00002

0.07 in standard notation = 0.07In standard form: 7.0 × 10-2

0.0375

The standard notation of 3.75 times 10 to the -2 power is: 0.0375