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Q: What is 1x10 to the power of 6?

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1x10(to the power of 6) S m

0,000001 One millionth micro

5.0119x10 to the power of -6 or 0.0000050119

1x10 to the power of 6

mega- 1x10^6 kilo - 1x10^3 hecto - 1x10^2 deca - 1x10^1 deci - 1x10^-1 centa - 1x10^-2 milli - 1x10^-3 micro - 1x10^-6 nano - 1x10^-9 pico -1x10^-12 femto -1x10^-15

1x10^-6 = .000001 4.5x10^-6 = .0000045

1x10^6 = 1 million

0.000001

It is: 1,000,000,000,000 or 1.0*10^12 in scientific notation

its 40000 10000

-50.

1/1000

1x10^-5

10.6 kg = 10 600 g 1x10-6 kg = 1x10-3 g

.0001 1x10 to the negative 4 or on many calculators, 1x10^-4

1 billion

1 m square=( 1x 10 power 3 )square mm =1x10 power 6 mm=1000000

One hundred thousand in Scientific notation is 1x10^5, (^ meaning to the power of), therefore One hundred thousand to the power of ten is (1x10^5)^10 = 1x10^50, using basic rules of powers or 1 followed by 50 zeros.

A nanometre is 1x10^-9 metres and a millimetre is 1x10^-3 metres. Therefore there are 1x10^6 nanometres in a millimetre or 1,000,000. 25nm/1,000,000 gives 0.000025mm

1*107 = 10000000 = ten million

I will assume you're talking about the units micrometers and not a micrometer as in the measuring instrument. 1 millimeter = 1x10-3 m 1 micrometer = 1x10-6 m 1 nanometer = 1x10-9 m

0.000001, 1x10-6 or 1/1000000

1 gram = 1x10^6 micrograms

1x10-6

A micron (µm), presumably referring to a Micrometre is one millionth of a meter (1x10-6 m ). Thus, making 10 microns (1x10-5 m). A micron (µm), presumably referring to a Micrometre is one millionth of a meter (1x10-6 m ). Thus, making 10 microns (1x10-5 m).