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Q: How do you write 456 in expanded notation using the powers of 10?

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A null hypothesis is written in notation by using a a statement that is the opposite of what is intended to be found, for example the research will derive answers or needed statements that is different from what is intended.

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

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Most people prefer to write numbers using digits since this is far shorter than writing out the relevant words.

31 = 3 + 33 + (3/3).

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Expanded Notation written using the powers of 10 This is an extension of writing the equation in expanded notation! Therefore I will use the information from that to explain; First I'll do out a table showing powers 10^2 = 100 10 to the power of 2 is One Hundred (2 zero's-after the 1) So hopefully you see the pattern in the above table!

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