The decimal notation for 113 over 400 is 0.2825
the ordinary answer is ? over 1.....if its a reciprical then u switch it round to get 1 over ?
The scientific notation for ten over two which is 5 is 5 x 10 ^0.
4.21 This is because with scientific notation, the number has to be under 10.00 and over 1.00.
It has and advantage over very big numbers, for example, 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. You wouldn't want to write that all down, would you?
It has no advantage.
Scientific notation is when you multiply a number that is between 1 and 10 to 10 to a power. for example: I want to write 3,946,000,000 as a scientific notation. What I do is I divide the number by 10 over and over until the number is 3.946 then how many times I divided 3,946,000,000 by 10 is the exponent of 10 which you multiply by 3.946 and the Scientific notation of 3,946,000,000 is 3.946 * 109.
Usually number over .01 and under 1,000 are not written in scientific notation, however .85 would be written as 8.5 x 10-1.
1/1000 = 1 x 10-3
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.
you take the number next to the 10 and move the decimal point back over that many places
26 hundredths is written as 0.26 move the decimal over to the right one space and multiply by 10 to the negative one 2.6*10-1 now it is in scientific notation
The density of steel ranges from 7,750 to just over 8,000 kg/m3.
1000.0 with a bar thingy over the .0. Also if you want the scientific notation it is 1x103