Q: Scientific notation 1540 km equals how many cm?

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10 millimeters = 1.0 × 10-5 kilometers

Scientific notation is a way of representing numbers: it does not have any mass and so there are 0 lots of 0.8g in scientific notation.

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Scientific notation is useful in economics to compute very large or very small numbers.

1x102cm in a meter

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10 millimeters = 1.0 × 10-5 kilometers

Scientific notation is a way of representing numbers: it does not have any mass and so there are 0 lots of 0.8g in scientific notation.

depends

Scientific notation is useful in economics to compute very large or very small numbers.

1x102cm in a meter

The standard scientific notation for 3.00000 is 3*10^0 or 3E0. It can also be written as 300000*10-5 or 300000E-5 (or in many other nonstandard ways).

0.293 mL = 0.293 x 10-4 L (scientific notation) or 0.000293 L (standard notation)

"milli-" means "a thousandths of a unit". Then, 1 L = 1000 mL. Therefore, 1 L = 1.0 x 10³ mL.

1 newton

1.577836800*109

scientific notation tells how many times you will move or add zero either left(positive) or right (negative). exponent tells you how many times you will multiply its coefficient.

Ok.... so heres how you find scientific notation: first you have your number then you count how many 0s are after the first digit in the number. then its 10 with the power of however many 0s you counted. Ex. say th number was 600,000,000 the scientific notation would be 8 and 10th power