Q: What is 0.0000002 in standard index form?

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5,200 in standard index form = 5.2 × 103

2.9 million in standard index form = 2.9 × 106

1250 in standard index form = 1.25 × 103

0.0000000063

It is: 7.65*10^4 which is the same as scientific notation

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8890 in standard index form = 8.89 × 103

450 in standard index form = 4.5 × 102

40.000000 in standard index form is 4.0 × 101

5,200 in standard index form = 5.2 × 103

2.9 million in standard index form = 2.9 × 106

1250 in standard index form = 1.25 × 103

No. In the index form a number is expressed as a multiple of its prime factors whereas in the standard form it is expressed as a number between in the range [1, 10) multiplied by an integer power of 10. So, for example, 1728 in index form = 26*33 1728 in standard form = 1.728*103 The index form can only be used for integers.

2 × 10^-7 is in standard [index] form. In normal form it is 0.0000002

1.203*10-8

4 x 10-1

0.7 = 7.0 × 10-1

The correct answer is 4.5 × 102