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Explain write ing decimals in Standard Form = (In number format like this... EXAMPLE: Two and two tenths is, (IN STANDARD FORM : 2.2) !

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Because the basis for expansion are the powers of ten - exactly the same as in the standard form.

It is using the scientific notation.

You would write eight thousandths as .008

The way you wrote it is the standard notation. Standard notation means to write the number in its standard form. So, a number such as 150 is simply written as 150 in standard notation. The same applies to decimals.

The way you wrote it is the standard notation. Standard notation means to write the number in its standard form. So, a number such as 150 is simply written as 150 in standard notation. The same applies to decimals.

The way you wrote it is the standard notation. Standard notation means to write the number in its standard form. So, a number such as 150 is simply written as 150 in standard notation. The same applies to decimals.

it means that u write it with the decimal in the middle of the numbers

Ax+By=C A- Cannot be negative Equation- Cannot have decimals or fractions in it

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The standard form is a string of digits such that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. It may or may not contain a decimal point.

yes you can because your just write the decimal as the word and instead of the word decimal

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The way you wrote it is the standard notation. Standard notation means to write the number in its standard form. So, a number such as 150 is simply written as 150 in standard notation. The same applies to decimals. 7.1365 x 10 ^2