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Q: What is the standard form of 20 and 7 thousandths?

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567 thousandths (0.567) in standard form is 5.67 × 10-1

4.007

.0007

.0007

7+0.05+0.33+1000

They are: 5/1000 = 5.0*10-3 and 7/1000 = 7.0*10-3

20 + 7 + 09 + 001 = 37

20 and 7 thousandths = 207/1000 = 20.007 = (2 x 10) + (0 x 1) . (0/10) + (0/100) + (7/1000)

8.0026

3.0020704007x1010

70 thousandths = 0.070 Although, its value is the same as 7 hundredths, 70 thousandths implies a greater degree of accuracy so the number SHOULD have a zero at the end.

In standard form, it is 2.3064907*10^7.

7 ones in standard form is 1,111,111

2.1*10-7

0.407 in standard form is (0 x 1) . (4/10) + (0/100) + (7/1000)

7/1000 is in its simplest form.

000 x 7

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It depends on what you are calling "standard form". 2x = 7 can be solved, but it is a standard form of an algebraic equation.

15.861

2 × 10^-7 is in standard [index] form. In normal form it is 0.0000002

Nine and 7 thousandths

5-7 thou

0.0407(0 x 1) + (0/10) + (4/100) + (0/1000) + (7/10000)

that is in standard form