Q: What dose standard form mean?

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Standard from is just the plain number itself. (ex) 24,971 is in standard form.

If you mean "What's the standard form for million" the answer is 1,000,000,000 or 1000000000

Probably an incorrect spelling of "standard form".

If you mean 8.53*10^-5 then its already in standard form for 0.0000853

If you mean 263.04 then it is 2.6304*10^2 in standard form or scientific notation

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Standard from is just the plain number itself. (ex) 24,971 is in standard form.

First of all, you spell dose, as you put it, like this: does. Now, for that answer. In math, standard means normal. For example: If you were to put seven thousand, three hundred forty-two into standard form it would look like this:7,342Get it?

Standard form has nothing to do with increasing or decreasing.

50 and 10,000 are two numbers, so you probably mean 10,050. Standard form can mean two things, scientific form or standard form. The standard form is 10,050. the scientific form is 1.005 x 10^4.

If you mean "What's the standard form for million" the answer is 1,000,000,000 or 1000000000

Probably an incorrect spelling of "standard form".

If you mean 3,000,000 then in standard form or scientific notation it is 3.0*10^6

Writing a number in standard form simply means to express the number in its 'normal' form. So the standard form of 100 is 100.

If you mean 3,000,000 then it is 1.0*10^6 in standard form or scientific notation

If you mean y = 5x-13 then in standard form it is 5x-y-13 = 0

If you mean 8.53*10^-5 then its already in standard form for 0.0000853

If you mean 263.04 then it is 2.6304*10^2 in standard form or scientific notation