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Q: Is 10 to the fifth power in scientific notation?

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6.2 x 10^5 is in scientific notation. That's 620,000 in standard notation.

9.75 times 10 to the negative fifth power.

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4.0005 x 10^5

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The standard notation of 10 to the fifth power is 105. That is also equal to one hundred thousand.

In scientific notation it is: 5.6*10^5

It is known as scientific notation.

In scientific notation it is 2.8*10^-5

A number is said to be in scientific notation when it is written as a number between 1 and 10, times a power of 10 (power is an integer). Thus, 0.0000395 is written in scientific notation as 3.95 x 10^-5.

12 times 10 to the 5th power in scientific notation = 12 x 10^5 or 1,200,000

100,000

10x10x10x10x10

2.51 x 10^8 is written in scientific notation already.

In scientific notation 2.445*10^3 is equivalent to 2445

Since the term is already written in the form a x 10b where b is the integer and a is any real value, 3.25 x 105 is already in scientific notation.

64.3 times 10 to the power of -8 in scientific notation is written as: 0.000000643

In scientific notation, this number can be written as 5.77 x 10 to the 6th power.

The mantissa is located before the multiplication symbol and the power of 10 in scientific notation.

If you mean: 4.5*10^3 which is already in scientific notation equivalent to 4,500

1.2*10^-4 is in scientific notation and it is equivalent to 0.00012

It is already in scientific notation as 4.9*10^8 and it is equivalent to 490,000,000

7.2*10^5 is already in scientific notation. To take it out of scientific notation, move the decimal point 5 times to the right.

50,010 to the power of 3 in scientific notation = 1.25075015001 x 10^14

It is not. "Scientific notation" uses a base of 10. The correct notation would be 1.251 x 10^8