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write whole number in standard notation for 2,572,317

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There are 156 such numbers.

There are 175 such numbers.

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Yes. A whole number is any positive number including zero. Let's say you want to use the whole number 47. The scientific notation for 47 is 4.7 times 101. You can put any number into scientific notation except fractions. You would have to change the fraction to a decimal (if possible) before you could put it into scientific notation.

Any whole number can be expressed as a fraction by putting it over 1.

The standard form of a whole number is when a whole number is written in digits with commas separating the digits into groups of three starting from right to left

-9999999

The answer is 138

8.581 X 1010============Just count decimal places right to left until just to the right of the first whole number and that is the exponent. The zeroes are superfluous.

Any whole number in fractional notation is itself over 1. so, 2 in fractional notation is 2/1. Simple!

If done correctly, the coefficient of the scientific notation has the same number of significant figures as the whole number.

It would depend on what calculation you are solving.

1 1 1 1 1 is already a binary whole number.When converted to base-10 (decimal) notation,you discover that it's the number 31 .

Because some people write in scientific notation or exponential notation instead of writing say, 23 zeros.

To convert a mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator.

It is 388273(261891926:626)/&3837363552.2249487474 I promise

The sign of the exponent for a number written in scientific notation depends on whether it is a whole number or a fraction. 40 is 4 x 101 0.4 is 4 x 10-1

8.802 X 1010=========Count decimal places from the right until just before the leftward most whole number and that is the exponent that fills the times ten form. All those zeros are superfluous and would reappear if the number was written out again

There are 195 such numbers.

To convert a mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator.

The standard for is a.bc..j * 10n where n is at least as large as the length of the string bc...j.

62,00,00,00.00Improved Answer:-It is 0.62 million = 620,000 or as 6.2*105 in scientific notation

You convert by writing the numerical of a quantity as a number between 1/10, multiplied by a whole number power of 10 example M x 10n m = the multiplier 10= the whole number n = the exponent

That there be only one digit to the left of the decimal point. (and that the exponent is always a whole number).

Writing a number in standard form simply means to express the number in its 'normal' form. Therefore, the way you wrote the number is the standard form for your example. For whole numbers larger than 999 it is common to place a comma to the left of the third digit.