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What do you mean by standard notation
If it is Decimal Notation than its same
Could you tell me what about the different between scientific, standard and engineering notation??
For example: if I convert 0.00000678 to scientififc notation, the answer is = 6.78 x 10^-6.
Can I convert it into standard and engineering notation?
Regards,
Turboman
Scientific notation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Engineering notation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
What do you mean by standard notation
If it is Decimal Notation than its same
Did you bother to read the links ADARSH gave? They tell you how to answer this question.
What you give is standard notation. Scientific notation has one non-zero digit before the decimal (so that part of the number is between 1 and 10) while engineering notation has the first non-zero digit immediately after the decimal point.
Standard notation: 0.00000678
Scientific notation: 6.78x 10^-6
Engineering notation: 0.678x 10^-5