Writhe each number in scientific notation:
To calculate: The number in scientific notation.
The number is:
The way to represent either a larger number or smaller number in such a way that it is the product of the number between 1 to 10 and exponent of a power of 10 is called as scientific notation.
Mathematical, representation is:
Here, is any real number between 1 to 10 and is any integers.
Approach to write a decimal number in scientific notation is as follows:
Step 1: Place a decimal after first non-zero digit while reading the number from left to right.
Step 2: A crate (^) is placed at the original decimal place.
Step 3: Now, if the new decimal point is left to the original decimal point or crate (^), add the exponent of the power of 10 same as the decimal place count between decimal point and the crate...
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