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Q: What is 900 million in standered notation?

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900 million = 900,000,000

4.006 is already in standard notation.

It is no wonder you are having trouble writing it (them?). The way the question is stated, this is not one single number, but two at least. 9 hundred is 900. And since one thousand millions is one billion in US notation, 1250 million would be the same as one billion two hundred fifty million, 1,250,000,000. The language of the question is too confused to make one number out of it. Do you mean 900 billion, 900 million, 900 thousand, or just plain 900?

6,200,106

1.09 million = standard notation 1,090,000 - scientific notation is 1.09*106

71.1 million in standard notation is 71,100,000

The standard notation of 0.02 million is 20,000

26.7 million in standard notation is 26,700,000

5.3 million in standard notation is: 5,300,000

900=9*102

It is: 900*0.00005 = 0.045 which is 4.5*10-2 in scientific notation

0.5 million in scientific notation is 5.0 x 105.

251 million in Scientific Notation = 2.51 x 108

9.3 million in Scientific Notation = 9.3 x 106

63.5 million in Scientific Notation = 6.35 x 107

7 million in standard notation is 7.0 x 106

900 million is larger than 2.1 million.

887 million = 887,000,000

The standard notation of a number, such as 3.7 million, is written as 3,700,000.

2.4 million in Scientific Notation = 2.4 x 106

1 million in Scientific Notation = 1 x 106

10.6 million in Scientific Notation = 1.06 x 107

49.9 million in Scientific Notation = 4.99 x 107

317 million in Scientific Notation = 3.17 x 108

One million in scientific notation is 1 x 10^6