Q: How do you write the number one million pounds-in standard notation?

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As a number it is 1,811,000

As a number it is: 27,500,000 = 27.5 million

1 million in standard notation is: 1,000,000

500,000,000 = standard notation. 500 million = number - and - word notation.

As far as I am aware, standard notation is just the common form of the number, as opposed to "scientific notation" which saves a hell of a lot of zeros being written all over the place. Eg....you 0.7 million in standard notation is simply 700,000. But in scientific notation could be written as 7x105.

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The standard notation of a number, such as 3.7 million, is written as 3,700,000.

Standard Notation is just the number written out: 900,000

As a number it is 1,811,000

The way you wrote it is the standard notation. Standard notation means to write the number in its standard form. So, a number such as 150 is simply written as 150 in standard notation. The same applies to decimals.

As a number it is: 27,500,000 = 27.5 million

1,000,000

1*1024 seconds in standard notation.

1 million in standard notation is: 1,000,000

500,000,000 = standard notation. 500 million = number - and - word notation.

As far as I am aware, standard notation is just the common form of the number, as opposed to "scientific notation" which saves a hell of a lot of zeros being written all over the place. Eg....you 0.7 million in standard notation is simply 700,000. But in scientific notation could be written as 7x105.

Here is a million trillion: 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

Standard notation: 95,300,016 Standard form (also called scientific notation): 9.5300016 × 107