10 centimeters equals 100 millimeters, or in scientific notation 1×102
0.293 mL = 0.293 x 10-4 L (scientific notation) or 0.000293 L (standard notation)
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.
It is 5.73*10^-2 in scientific notation
Scientific notation is useful in economics to compute very large or very small numbers.
there are many rules in writing A scientific notation but i don't remember it all im not the one who invented it you know
1x102cm in a meter
In scientific notation, you should have only one digit to the left of the decimal point.
No, it is not. In many branches of science it is necessary to deal with numbers which are very large or very small and scientific notation is used to represent such numbers more easily.
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.
Scientific notation is used in many different applications for simplicity. it is much easier to write 1,321,540,000,000 as 1.32154 x 10^12.
Scientific notation is when you multiply a number that is between 1 and 10 to 10 to a power. for example: I want to write 3,946,000,000 as a scientific notation. What I do is I divide the number by 10 over and over until the number is 3.946 then how many times I divided 3,946,000,000 by 10 is the exponent of 10 which you multiply by 3.946 and the Scientific notation of 3,946,000,000 is 3.946 * 109.
1 • 10 ^ 6
2.52 x 100 inches.
8.64 x 104
It is 2.16*104.
It is 1.728*105.
1 or 0
There are 3.6*10^6 of them.