Q: What is the standard form of 0?

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The standard form is 7x + 2y - 3 = 0

The standard form for the equation of a straight line is ax + by + c = 0

The number in the question IS in standard form! However, 100 = 1 and is usually not included.

The standard form is 209.03

Standard form would be x and y on one side of the equal sign with no coefficients. x-y+6=0 in standard form would be: x-y=-6.

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What is the standard form for (2x+7)(x-1)=0

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It is 6.4*10^0 in standard form or scientific notation

Standard form = 0.090Expanded notation = (0 x 1) . (0/10) + (9/100) + (0/1000)

It is: 1.25*10^0 in standard form or scientific notation

It is 5.9*10^0 but there is little point in appending "*10^0".

It is 1.8*10^0 but the 10^0 bit is really redundant.

The standard form is: 0.012 The expanded form is: (0 x 1) + (0/10) + (1/100) + (2/1000)

It is: 5.8*10^0 in standard form or scientific notation

60,000,000+0+0+0+0+0+0?

6000+400+0+0

Eleven thousandths in standard form and expanded form = 0.011 or (0 x 1) + (0/10) + (1/100) + (1/1000)