WRITE THE COLORED NUMBER IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATION

THE HUMAN BODY RESPONDS TO WARMTH AND COLD WITHIN 0.1 TO 0.2 SECONDS.

HOW DO YOU WRITE NUMBERS IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATION? :confused:

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- May 27th 2005, 02:15 PMblame_canada100Scientific Notation
WRITE THE COLORED NUMBER IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATION

THE HUMAN BODY RESPONDS TO WARMTH AND COLD WITHIN 0.1 TO 0.2 SECONDS.

HOW DO YOU WRITE NUMBERS IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATION? :confused: - May 27th 2005, 03:57 PMMath Helpscientific notation
Here are a few examples of scientific notation. Let me know if it makes sense.

- May 27th 2005, 04:05 PMblame_canada100
I Understand It Now, Thanks! :)

- July 22nd 2006, 07:48 AMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**Math Help**

- July 22nd 2006, 08:21 AMSoroban
Hello, blame_canada100!

First of all, release your CapsLock.

All upper-case letters is impolite . . . it's*shouting.*

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How do you write numbers in scientific notation?

A quantity in scientific notation is a number times a power of 10.

Examples

. .

. .

In example (a), was transformed to

. . by moving the decimal point (far right) five places to the left.

In effect, we have divided by

. . so we multiply by

In example (b), was transformed to

. . by moving the decimal point four places to the right.

In effect, we have multiplied by

. . so we divide by ... or multiply by

- July 22nd 2006, 09:20 AMJamesonQuote:

Originally Posted by**Soroban**

- July 22nd 2006, 06:55 PMThePerfectHacker
Why did you revive a dead thread from a few months? The user is probably never going to view it.

- July 22nd 2006, 07:00 PMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**ThePerfectHacker**

*Soroban*...