False. You can only replace it with a number from the domain of the function.
No you cannot the answer is False
In scientific notation it is: 7.0*105
0.00032 in scientific notation is 3.2*10-4
3572069 in Scientific Notation = 3.572069 x 10^6
The given number in scientific notation is: 9.0*10^7
in algbraic notation squares are named by combining the letter or their file with the number of their rank
In algebra you can use notation to express the idea that salary depends on the number of hours of training in a function.
Number notation: 10 Word notation: ten
The scientific notation of 0,0069 is 6,9.10e-3.Wiki Answers hasn't the function superscript to wite correct.
The number notation is: 1,010The word notation is: One thousand ten.
The function in algebra of ordered pairs is function notation. For example, it would be written out like: f(x)=3x/4 if you wanted to know three fourths of a number.
There are 7 numbers (zeros) after the 9. So, the n is 7.
Number notation: 43,000,000Word notation: Forty-three million.
Word notation: four billion fifty million.Number notation: 4,050,000,000
Number notation: 1,400 Word notation: One thousand four hundred.
Two hundred and five is word notation. 205 is number notation.
100,000 in number notationOne hundred thousand in word notation.
Leonhard Euler is the king of mathematics, even he was blind !Euler introduced much of the mathematical notation in use today, such as the notation f(x) to describe a function and the modern notation for the trigonometric functions. He was the first to use the letter e for the base of the natural logarithm, now also known as Euler's number. The use of the Greek letter Ï€ to denote the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter was also popularized by Euler (although it did not originate with him). He is also credited for inventing the notation i to denote .I salute him.
Since we need to shift 5 decimal places to the right to obtain the value in scientific notation, n = -5 for base 10.
Number and Word Notation is basiclly just writing in words For Example= 9,000,000-------->Word Notation----------->Nine-Million----------Number Notation------------->9,000,000
The standard notation of a number is simply the number itself. Example, the standard notation of 150 = 150. The word notation of 150 is: one hundred fifty.
Number notation = 1,000 Word notation = one thousand.
Number notation: 100,000 Word notation: One hundred-thousand
In ordinary mathematics complex number notation uses the letter i for the square root of -1 to identify the imaginary part of the number.But in electronics the letter i was already in use for the AC current in the circuit, so the letter j was used for the square root of -1 instead of the letter i to prevent confusion. So in electronics complex number notation uses the letter j.