Best Answer

1000000

EDIT: The exponential form (which is what was asked for) is 106

Q: What is the exponential form of one million?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

One hundred million would have 8 zeros. 10^8

Not specific enough? Do you mean in numerics such as 1,000,000? Or the words "one million"? Or something in exponential form such as 10^6?

The exponential form of one billion is 1*10^9.

"Billion" usually has the meaning "thousand million". So 7 billion = 7 x 109.Traditional UK usage has billion meaning "million million". This in exponential form (scientific notation) is 7 x 1012.

The exponential form of 2x2x2x2x2 is: 25

Related questions

One hundred million would have 8 zeros. 10^8

2.45 × 108

4.4 × 107

1.2 * 107

Not specific enough? Do you mean in numerics such as 1,000,000? Or the words "one million"? Or something in exponential form such as 10^6?

The exponential form of one billion is 1*10^9.

ten million

27*106 or 2.7*107

"Billion" usually has the meaning "thousand million". So 7 billion = 7 x 109.Traditional UK usage has billion meaning "million million". This in exponential form (scientific notation) is 7 x 1012.

One exponential form is 9 = 32. Another one is 9 = 9 X 100.

The exponential form of 2x2x2x2x2 is: 25

4.75e3 in exponential notation is: 4.75 × 103