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Q: How do you write the number 256 in scientific notation?

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It is: 2.56*10^2

256 = 28

A number in standard form is just the same way you are always used to seeing it. Like for example: 256. To write that same number using expanded notation, you have to think of the place values of each of the digits. The number is the sum of those values. 256 = (2 x 100) + (5 x 10) + (6 x 1). That's 256 in expanded notation.

28 = 256

256 = 2.56 * 102

256 = 2.56 × 102

256 13/100

You write 375 and 256 thousandths like this: 375.256

16*16 = 256

18% of 256= 18% * 256= 0.18 * 256= 46.08

256 7/8 first take the decimal & put it into a fraction. .875= 7/8 then just add 256.

Yes. 256 = 162

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