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Whats 5.976x10^24 in standard form?

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really? you are going to have to move the decimal point 24 places to the right good luck
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I would follow satellite73's advice

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your question is already in the standard form
1000 in standard form is 1x10^3 not the other way round
5.976x10^24 is the standard form the expanded form: 5976000000000000000000000 This is not the standard form.
I guess it depends on where the question is coming from
the abobe comments ar true inded and yours is in standrs form... but tre is other way to write this.. that is 5.976x10^24 = 5.976 Septillion for more details please check : (my reference)
In SI Units(a standard used in Engineering - Measurements) it can be called as 5.976 yotta units (5.976 Y units)

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