Q: How do you know if a number written in scientific notation is less than one?

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If it is written in scientific notation it will have x10 to a certain power if it is standard it won't

The number can be written in scientific notation as 7.89x109.

It is in scientific notation if it looks like Â±a*10Â±b, where a is a number between 1 and 10 (1 â‰¤ a < 10) and b is an integer.

5.400000e-7Scientific notation is also know as exponential notation. Numbers in scientific notation must be entered in E notation. For example, 1.23 x 10^7 is entered as 1.23E7 or 1.23e7.

No thanks, I already know.

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Scientific Notation, Standard Form and Exponential Notation are used in different countries but all have the same meaning. It is a way of expressing a number as a value between 1 and 10 multiplied by a power of 10. 5.63 x 10² is the standard form number of 563. 8.6927 x 10^4 is the standard form number of 86927.

i dont know really sorry

my mind is not able to know this

What you have to do is make sure your scientific notation is between 1 and 9.9999..... you know. then, you multiply that number by ten to a certain power-a negative or positive power; negative moving the decimal to the left and positive to the right-depending on the number you are using. For example, 6.37 x 10(to the 7 power).

It has the same meaning as scientific notation for instance 123,000,000 is 1.23*108 when in standard form or scientific notation

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