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Q: What is the value to 10 to the negative sixth power?

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10 to the sixth power equals 1,000,000

10 the the negative 6 power= 0.000001

10 to the negative 27th power (10-27) equals 0.000000000000000000000000001

Expressed as a vulgar fraction, 10 to the -6 is equal to 1/1000000, or one one-millionth. Expressed as a decimal fraction, this is equal to 0.000001.

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0.545 to times ten to the negative sixth power = 0.545 x 10^-6(This equates to 0.000000545)

10 to the sixth power equals 1,000,000

8 × 10-6 8^-6 reads: eight to the negative sixth power

There is no repeated factor. 10-6 = 1/1000000 or a millionth.

Take the amount to a decimal value between 1 and 10 then multiply by 10 to the power of figures to the right of the point or the negative power of figures to its left. eg 1234567 = 1.234567 x 10 to the sixth 0.01234567 = 1.234567 x 10 to the minus two

I think you are referring to scientific notation in which you read numbers multiplied by ten and to the power of whatever. Example: You can write 1,000,000.0, or you can write 1.0 x 10 to the sixth power or for numbers with a value less than 1 Example: You can write 0.000001, or you can write 1.0 x 10 to the negative sixth power Either way you write it the number is the same.

1000000.

Just shift the decimal over to the left six times; 1 x 10 to the minus six becomes 0.000001

10 to the negative 12 power

The decimal point is moved to the left by the value of the power.

10^6 or 1,000,000 has the prime factorization of 2 to the sixth power times 5 to the sixth power

Common sense. 108 = 100,000,000 10-8 = 1/100,000,000

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