Q: How do you write 10 to the negative 3 in standard form?

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0.000063 =======

You write 0.00926 in standard form as 9.26 × 10-3

0.297 in standard form is 2.97*10 to the -1

It is: 2.21*10^10 in standard form or scientific notation

It is already in standard form as written.

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5.0 × 10-4 written in standard form is 0.00050

0.000063 =======

4.7*10-4

1.92*10-2

You write 0.00926 in standard form as 9.26 × 10-3

3.05 times 10 to the negative 4 in standard form is: 3.05 x 10-43.05 x 10-4 in standard notation is: 0.000305

It is: 51,800,000,000 = 5.18*10^10 in standard form

The standard form is 1.1*10^-2

10 billion in standard form is 1.0 × 1010

It is: 2.9032*10^10 in standard form or scientific notation

To write 0.0064 in standard form, you need to move the decimal point to the right until there is only one non-zero digit to the left of the decimal point. In this case, you would move the decimal point three places to the right to get 6.4. Then you would multiply by 10 raised to the power of the number of places you moved the decimal point, which is -3 in this case. Therefore, 0.0064 in standard form is 6.4 x 10^-3.

You write 1,095 millionths in standard form as 1.095 × 10-3