Q: What is the decimal notation for 1.42 times 10 to the sixth power?

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4.2 times 10 to the sixth power in standard form is 4.2 x 106 This translates to standard notation as: 4,200,000

6.5 x 10^6

7.2*10^5 is already in scientific notation. To take it out of scientific notation, move the decimal point 5 times to the right.

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1.2 times ten to the fifth power in decimal notation is 120,000

1.Look at the number and note where the decimal point is located 2. If it is a whole number the decimal point is at the end 3. move the decimal point to the left and place just after the first number 4. count the number of places you moved the decimal 5. The scientific notation is the number in step 3 times 10 to the power of step 4 Example: 6,000,000 = 6 times 10 to the sixth power 4,910,000.1 = 4.9100001 times ten to the sixth power 59,100 = 5.91 times ten tot he fifth power

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Easy.. 805, 005,849.

2.93E5, or 2.95 times 10 to the 5th power. The difference between "scientific notation" and "engineering notation" is that scientific notation generally has one digit before the decimal point and can have any exponent, while engineering notation uses exponents divisible by 3; so, 3, 6, 9, 12 and so on. So in "engineering notation", this number would be 293 times 10 to the 3rd power, or 0.293 times ten to the sixth power.

0.545 to times ten to the negative sixth power = 0.545 x 10^-6(This equates to 0.000000545)

4.2 times 10 to the sixth power in standard form is 4.2 x 106 This translates to standard notation as: 4,200,000

You write it as 6.28*106

this number is already a decimal if you wanted it in Scientific Notation it would be 5.300 times 10 to the zero power

6.5 x 10^6

1.73 × 104 written in regular notation is 17,300