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  • one year ago

What is 965000 written in scientific notation?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    heres your answer9.65 x 104

  2. texaschic101
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    not quite the right answer

  3. texaschic101
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    put your decimal right after the first number...9.65000...then count how many places follow the decimal...there are 5.....so your answer would be 9.65 x 10^5

  4. texaschic101
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    leave the zeros out....9.65 x 10^5

  5. anonymous
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    Kk thank you so much @texaschic101

  6. texaschic101
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    sure thing....I can do positive ones...but when it comes to " turn 0.000065 into scientific notation.....thats where I get into trouble...lol

  7. anonymous
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    How would I write 7150 in scientific notation ? I'm a little confused on how to do it

  8. anonymous
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    Follow the steps again.. put your decimal after the first number which is 7

  9. anonymous
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    Kk I did that and I got 7.15 x 10^3

  10. anonymous
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    Yup, great job! :)

  11. anonymous
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    Lol how about 0.069?

  12. anonymous
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    okay so I think it would be like this 6.9*10^-2

  13. anonymous
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    Kk but why is the 2 negative ?

  14. anonymous
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    Because the zeros are in front of the 6.. the zeros aren't in the end

  15. anonymous
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    Kk thanks :) 😁 the next one says to convert 21 to scientific notation would be .21 *10^2?

  16. anonymous
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    2.1 10^2

  17. anonymous
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    Thanks @hype.child :)

  18. anonymous
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    u welcome

  19. anonymous
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    @proud_yemeniah_ can you help with writing numbers in standard notation ?

  20. anonymous
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    Sure

  21. anonymous
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    Kk what is 5.6 *10^-2 written in standard form?

  22. anonymous
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    do you have any choices?

  23. anonymous
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    No

  24. anonymous
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    0.52

  25. anonymous
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    Lol I hate dealing with negative numbers.. I really don't know this one is there another question I can try to help you with

  26. anonymous
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    it 0.52 or 0.052

  27. anonymous
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    its 0.052

  28. anonymous
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    0.052 or 0.056? @hype.child

  29. anonymous
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    I think it's 0.056

  30. anonymous
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    i meant 0.056

  31. anonymous
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    myb

  32. anonymous
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    Yeah your right thanks 😊

  33. anonymous
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    u welcome

  34. anonymous
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    Um how about 9.8 * 10^-2

  35. anonymous
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    0.098

  36. anonymous
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    And to get that you moved the decimal places 2 places back ?

  37. texaschic101
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    so if it is a negative exponent, or if your number is less then 0, you count your spaces to the left....and if it a positive exponent,or if your number is more then 0, then you count your spaces to the right.

  38. anonymous
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    Kk I got :) thanks for that explanation :) @texaachic101

  39. texaschic101
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    I still get confused with the negative exponent ones...lol

  40. anonymous
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    Yeah it's kinda complicated

  41. anonymous
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    @proud_yemeniah_ can you help me with changing 9.7×10^0 to standard notation ?

  42. anonymous
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    9.7 I think @Halia

  43. anonymous
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    Yeah I think so too because the exponent is 0

  44. anonymous
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    @proud_yemeniah_ can you help me with 9.1×10^5?

  45. anonymous
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    I think 910,000

  46. anonymous
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    KK thanks here's the last one 8×10^1

  47. anonymous
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    80

  48. anonymous
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    Alrighty THANK YOU SO OOOOO MUCH !!!!! for helping me with my homework :) @proud_yemeniah_

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