anonymous
  • anonymous
what does scientific notation mean?
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  • dan815
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anonymous
  • anonymous
basically its when there are too many 0 for a number so those 0's turn into an exponent. like this one: 10,000,000,000. to many 0's so we oh! turn it into this! 10^9
anonymous
  • anonymous
scientific notation is how scientists write large numbers. PS. your username fits you :)

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zzr0ck3r
  • zzr0ck3r
It is not only zeros @FrostFlare23 \(3487456=3.487456\times 10^6\)
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kobi
  • kobi
Scientific notation is a way to make these numbers easier to work with. In scientific notation, you move the decimal place until you have a number between 1 and 10. Then you add a power of ten that tells how many places you moved the decimal.

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