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Q: What is 13x13x13 in standard form using exponents?

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Numbers written without exponents are called Standard Form.

I would say they are in standard form, but I would be more likely just to ask you to write a simplified number without using exponents. The terminology can vary, but the following example shows the usual names: 1,023 is in standard form. One thousand twenty-three is in word form. 1000 + 20 + 3 is in expanded form.

Powers of their exponents

37,169 in expanded form using exponents = (3 x 10^4) + (7 x 10^3) + (1 x 10^2) + (6 x 10^1) + (9 x 10^0)

8.5 * 101

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You cannot do that.

Numbers written without exponents are called Standard Form.

you multiply for example 2to the 5th power =2x2x2x2x2Writing exponents in standard form is simple and easy to do. For every exponent you have to put a zero.

It means the number form of the exponent.

80 is in expanded form. Using exponents, it should be written as 8x10^1 OR 0.8x10^2.

9.0 × 105

I would say they are in standard form, but I would be more likely just to ask you to write a simplified number without using exponents. The terminology can vary, but the following example shows the usual names: 1,023 is in standard form. One thousand twenty-three is in word form. 1000 + 20 + 3 is in expanded form.

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Powers of their exponents

658 in expanded form using exponents is (6 x 102) + (5 x 101) + (8 x 100)

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