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  • one year ago

198416 billionths in integer form and scientific notation

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  1. anonymous
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    @zepdrix @Zarkon

  2. anonymous
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    HELP PLEASE

  3. Excalibur0126
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    Although this answer is perfectly O.K., most commonly the base, or the 0.00019841, is written as a number with just one digit to the left of the decimal. To format your number in this way, we'll multiply the 0.00019841 by 10, 4 time(s), making it a 1.9841. We do this, because each multiplication by 10 moves the decimal point to the right one digit. But in order to keep our number the same number, we must have a × 10-4 next to the 1.9841. So, the final answer is 1.9841 × 10-4

  4. anonymous
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    is this for scientific notation

  5. Excalibur0126
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    Yep, and the integer form would be 0.000198416

  6. anonymous
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    is that information right?

  7. anonymous
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    @Excalibur0126 thanks

  8. Excalibur0126
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    Glad I could help :)

  9. anonymous
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    can you help me with 3 more please

  10. Excalibur0126
    • one year ago
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    Sure, what are they?

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