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Unfortunately, a 'bazillion' is just a figurative number used to express very large quantities. It has no standard form.

standard form: .3 expanded form .3 its the same because there is only one place value being used

four hundred sixty-nine thousandths = 469/1000 = 0.469 When not used as the inverse of "expanded form", "standard form" is used to mean "scientific form" which in this case is 4.69 x 10-1

The most correct standard form for 12.12 is "twelve point one two." The form "twelve and twelve one-hundredths" is also correct but is not the standard form. The common form "twelve point twelve" may be used from time to time (even by math teachers) but is not a correct form.

what is the standard form of 13.088?

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Standard form 44 is used as a purchase order form Standard form 44 is used as a purchase order form

Standard form or scientific notation is used to write a very large or very small number.

having jobs such as a mathematician uses standard form. Being an astronomer needs standard form, because you're working with such enormous numbers as planets are so far away. also being a scientist needs standard form because you're working with small numbers too.

many used for law and biz

Unfortunately, a 'bazillion' is just a figurative number used to express very large quantities. It has no standard form.

standard form: .3 expanded form .3 its the same because there is only one place value being used

6600 in standard form

It is already in standard form.

9,670 is the standard form.

four hundred sixty-nine thousandths = 469/1000 = 0.469 When not used as the inverse of "expanded form", "standard form" is used to mean "scientific form" which in this case is 4.69 x 10-1

How do write 666 in standard form?

The most correct standard form for 12.12 is "twelve point one two." The form "twelve and twelve one-hundredths" is also correct but is not the standard form. The common form "twelve point twelve" may be used from time to time (even by math teachers) but is not a correct form.