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Q: When a number is raised to the nth degree which way does the decimal move?

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To move the decimal you must move the decimal in the divisor all the way to the right to make it a whole number. Then in the dividend, you move that decimal to the right the same amount of spaces you did in the divisor.

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7.23x10^-4. Move the decimal place to the right. The number of times you move the decimal is the same number as the exponent.

None. If you move the decimal point you will change the value of the number!

A number in scientific notation should have one number before the decimal place then two after. You move the decimal so this is true, then the number of places you moved the decimal will be the exponent. If you move the decimal to the right your exponent will be negative, if you move it to the left it will be positive. In this case you would move the decimal 5 places so you have 1.05x10^-5.

You move the decimal left or right until you end up with one digit in front of the decimal. Then, if you had to move the decimal to the left to get this number, you will have ten to the positive power of the number of decimal places moved. If you had to move the decimal to the right to get the number, you will have ten to the negative power of the number of decimal places moved. In this example, 5217000000 = 5.217 x 109

The reason is because you have to make the number bigger when you multiply. When you move the decimal to the right you make the number bigger, when you move it to the left you make it smaller. Therefore, when you divide you must move the decimal to the left.

To divide decimal numbers:If the divisor is not a whole number, move decimal point to right to make it a whole number and move decimal point in dividend the same number of places.Divide as usual. ...Put decimal point directly above decimal point in the dividend.Check your answer.

Move the decimal point two spaces to the right.

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