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What is the value of 106 in standard form? 0.00001 0.000001 1,000,000 100,000

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I think that number is supposed to be \(10^6\), or 10^6. Do you have any guesses?
nope can u askk pp
I know, though... \(10^6\) is another way of saying \(10 \times 10 \times 10 \times 10 \times 10 \times 10\). That's what the notation means. And look at \(10\times 10=100\). Then \(100*10=1,000\). You are "tacking on" a zero, for each \(10\) that you multiply. So how many zeroes will you have if you multiply \(6\) of them?

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so its d
Standard form, here, means just the plain old number \(\sf{by\ itself}\).
so its d
If you're not sure, use a calculator!
its scientific notation right?
ye
I guess "standard form" is scientific notation in Britain, but none of the answers are in scientific form.
can yall hll for a nother ques
Have you settled on an answer, @divalove27 ?
ye
Which one? Did you use a calculator to be sure?
yup
Cool! :)
cann u hllp me with more if u mind
Not D. Sure, just post another question so others can see it as well.
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