Q: What is the value of ten to the 6th power?

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Ten to the 6th power is 1,000,000

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5.0 × 106 equals 5,000,000

It is: 3.3*10^6 = 3,300,000

It is ten billion or 10,000,000,000

Decimal values vary by a power of ten. One place to the left is ten times the number, one place to the right is one tenth the number.

I think you're asking about powers of ten, not multiples of ten. In whole numbers, the place values as they increase from right to left are: ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands, hundred thousands, millions, ten-millions, hundred millions, billions, ten-billions, hundred billions, trillions... Each place value increases by another power of ten: Place Value Power of ten ones 10 to the zero power tens 10 to the first power hundreds 10 to the 2nd power (10 squared) thousands 10 to the 3rd power (10 cubed) ten-thousands 10 to the 4th power