take the negative out of that power and place it as 10/-1
No it is ten to the negative fourth power. If the number is greater than 1 it is to a positive power, if the number is smaller thann 1 it is to a negative power.
One times ten to the negative fifth power
0.545 to times ten to the negative sixth power = 0.545 x 10^-6(This equates to 0.000000545)
It's 0.0028 or 2.8 x 10 -3
10-1 is 0.1 or 1/10
7.4 x 10-4 = 0.00074
The answer is five and twenty-three hundredths times ten to the negative seventh power.
-2.4 x 105 = -240,000
1.7 x 10^-3 is equal to 0.0017
1.04 times 101
Ten to the negative sixth power in decimal form is 0.000001
3.6 × 10-2 equals 0.036
Five times ten to the third power is 5000 and three times ten to the second power is 300; 5000 + 300 = 5300.
The prefix that means one quintillionth, or times ten to the negative 18th power, is atto-. Examples: An attometer is a quintillionth of a meter, and an attosecond is a quintillionth of a second.
Move the decimal point left to multiply by a negative power of ten. For example, 5X10-3 is 0.005
10 to the power of negative 6 = 1/1,000,000
2.041e-4 7 * 10-2 = 0.07
move the decimal point three places to the left: 0.004276
It is equivalent to dividing by ten to the equivalent positive power.