I'm not sure if your asking for the scientific notation for .1550 or 1550.
1550 in scientific notation is 1.550 x 10-3
.1550 in scientific notation is 1.550 x 101
Multiply the rightmost digit by 1, the second digit from the right by 16, the third by 162, the fourth by 163, etc., and add everything together. Also note that hexadecimal has six additional digits: A = 10, B = 11, etc., up to F = 15. Or use a scientific calculator. Set the mode to hexadecimal, type in the number, and set mode to decimal to convert. Such a scientific calculator can usually only convert integers this way.
This is probably a binary number. To convert binary to decimal, assuming you have Windows:Open the Windows Calculator (press Windows-R, then type "calc").Make sure it is in scientific mode (menu command: View - Scientific).Click in "Bin" to change to binary mode.Type in your binary number.Clicking on "Dec" will go back to decimal mode (and convert the number you typed to decimal).Note that the Windows calculator only handles this type of calculations for integers.
convert it into a mixed number
To convert a number to a percentage, just multiply the given number by 100%.Example: 0.50 to percentage = 0.5 * 100% = 50%.
To convert a fraction to a decimal divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number). To convert a decimal (or fraction) to a percentage multiply it by 100 %.
1.86 x 105
You can't convert it to scientific notation. Also, the 0 in this number is of no use.
It is not possible to convert a number with 2 decimal points into scientific notation.
1,150 in Scientific Notation = 1.15 x 103
To convert a number to scientific notation do as follows: 5800000 = 5.8 x 10^6 Put a decimal between the first and second number then from that second number count to the right. The number you have when you finish counting is the number that is in the power position.
It is: 0.004 = 4.0*10-3 in scientific notation
0.000127 in Scientific Notation = 1.27 x 10-4
9.7 x 104
1.5 x 102.
7.51 × 10-11