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Math Help - [SOLVED] Scientific notation and exponents

  1. #1
    classof08
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    [SOLVED] Scientific notation and exponents

    I have a prolbem with my math homework.This is the problem:

    Now Convert from decimal form into scientific notation:Ex(1,000=10 to the third power)

    Help me!

    1. 0.1=
    2. 0.0001=
    3. 1=

    Section B:
    6x10 to the negative three=
    900x10 to the negative 2=
    Last edited by MathGuru; September 17th 2005 at 10:34 AM.
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    Do you want to understand why the answers? Or you just want the answers?

    The answers:

    1. 0.1 = 1 times 10 raised to negative 1.
    2. 0.0001 = 1 times 10 raised to negative 4.
    3. 1 = 1 times 10 raised to 0.

    Section B:
    6x10 to the negative three = 0.006
    900x10 to the negative 2 = 9
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