Multiplying a real number by a positive power of ten moves the decimal point that number (the exponent) of places to the right. Multiplying by a negative power of ten moves it to the left. For example, the -3 power of 10 is 1/1000; multiplying by that moves the decimal point 3 places to the left.
It is not. For positive powers of ten, the decimal point moves to the right when multiplying and to the left when dividing. For negative powers of ten the point moves in the opposite directions.
36494100000000When you are multiplying a number by ten to the (blank) power, simply move the decimal point however many places to the right as the number of the power. If the number in the power is negative, move it to the left that many places
A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. The decimal point separates the digits whose place values imply a negative power of ten from non-negative powers.
You just add 0.
Ten to the negative sixth power in decimal form is 0.000001
5.3 times ten to the negative first power is 0.53
Move the decimal point left to multiply by a negative power of ten. For example, 5X10-3 is 0.005
10 to the power of negative 6 = 1/1,000,000
take the negative out of that power and place it as 10/-1
No it is ten to the negative fourth power. If the number is greater than 1 it is to a positive power, if the number is smaller thann 1 it is to a negative power.
You reverse the sign of the power and multiply by adding exponents. Example 10 to the 7 divided by 10 to the negative 6 = 10 to the 13
When multiplying by ten the digits shift to the left
when multiplying "to the power of" with tens, you just add up the zeros, so 10 to the fourth power would be 10,000.
Once, to the right, for every power of ten.
the answer= 1/10000000000000000
is the answer correct if i say -121
10-2 = 0.01
10-2 = 0.01