1.2 times ten to the fifth power in decimal notation is 120,000
Some times one notation is easier to use, at other times the second is.
this number is already a decimal if you wanted it in Scientific Notation it would be 5.300 times 10 to the zero power
The number is 58149737003040059690390169, and in scientific notation: 5.8149737 X 1025 upto 7 decimal digits..
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.
1.73 × 104 written in regular notation is 17,300
42*63 = 3456
The scientific notation of 700 is 7.0*102. It is 7 times ten to the power of two because you move two decimal places to the right.
2.93E5, or 2.95 times 10 to the 5th power. The difference between "scientific notation" and "engineering notation" is that scientific notation generally has one digit before the decimal point and can have any exponent, while engineering notation uses exponents divisible by 3; so, 3, 6, 9, 12 and so on. So in "engineering notation", this number would be 293 times 10 to the 3rd power, or 0.293 times ten to the sixth power.
an example of exponential notation is quite easy, really. it's just moving the decimal place. so, 2 to the second power times 2 to the third power is just......... wow, like i'd give you, the idiot here, the answer. paleez! so stop wasting my time and frick off!!!
what is the result of (6.2 times10 to the fourth power) times (3.3 times 10 to the second power) expressed in sceintific notation
1.74 times 106. The first number has to be between 1 and 10, and the second must be ten to the power of the number of digits past the decimal point that you just put in.
189,900.0 × 1022 written in standard notation is: 1,899,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
7.238 × 102 written in regular notation is: 723.8
Since a decimal point is not located between the leading nonzero digit and the adjacent digit, the term is not in scientific notation. So to make that term in scientific notation, shift 2 more decimal places to obtain 4.25 x 107.
5 times by 10 to the power of 3 in standard notation = 5,000
8.03 x 10-2Scientific notation follows the form x.xx times 10 to some power. Since we want to move the decimal place 2 times, we make the power 2. Also, since we want the number to be smaller, we make it -2.
1. Move the decimal to the right of the first number that isn't 0. EX: .00345 -> 3.45 2. Count the number of spaces you moved the decimal. The decimal for my example is moved three times. ((.00345 -> 0.0345 -> 00.345 -> 003.45)) Because I moved the decimal to the right, the notation will be negative. *If you ever need to move the decimal to the left, the notation will be positive. 3. Set the new number(3.45 in my example) times 10 to the X power, where X is equal to the number of times you moved the decimal. So, the final answer for my example is 3.45 x 10-3. Hope this helps you solve your problem.
10-4 = 0.0001 1.34 x 0.0001 = 0.000134
You write it as 90,000,000. Another option is 9x107 (i.e. 9 times 10 to the power of 7)
1.Look at the number and note where the decimal point is located 2. If it is a whole number the decimal point is at the end 3. move the decimal point to the left and place just after the first number 4. count the number of places you moved the decimal 5. The scientific notation is the number in step 3 times 10 to the power of step 4 Example: 6,000,000 = 6 times 10 to the sixth power 4,910,000.1 = 4.9100001 times ten to the sixth power 59,100 = 5.91 times ten tot he fifth power
3.35 x 10-1 is already in scientific notation. However, if you want to express it in ordinary decimal form, it would be 0.335.