Do you mean 0.000054 if so then it is 5.4*10-5 in scientific notation
It is 6.05
Scientific notation is a way of writing numbers that accommodates values too large or small to be conveniently written in standard decimal notation.
Yes - you can always convert numbers to scientific notation - whether they're whole numbers, or decimals.
Therefore, the decimal number 0.000487 written in scientific notation is 4.87 × 10-4 and it has 3 significant figures. Here are some more examples of decimal to ...
Since the decimal place is between the leading nonzero digit and the adjacent digit on the right, there is no need to shift the decimal point. Therefore, 1.07 in scientific notation is: 1.07 * 100
150 can be written as 150.0. Then, move 2 decimal places to the left, and in scientific notation, we have: 1.5 x 102
The term is written as: 5000.0 After 3 zeroes, there is a decimal place. To convert 5000 into scientific notation, move 3 decimal places to the left and include the base 10 to ³ to get: 5.0 x 10³ This is how you do the conversion of the scientific notation.
In scientific notation all numbers are written in the form: a*10b where a is a decimal number such that 1 â‰¤ a < 10 and b is an integer.
Scientific notation (also called standard form or exponential notation) is a way of writing numbers that accommodates values too large or small to be conveniently written in standard decimal notation
To write this number in scientific notation, you place the number of times the decimal is moved to the left as the exponent. 238857 miles, or 238,857 miles is written in scientific notation as 2.38857 X 105 miles.
It can be written (in scientific notation) as 8.76x108.