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Math - Scientific Notation

by Emone Vinson
(Houston, Tx)










































Matthew works with machines that measure the weights and widths of very small objects. He weighed a piece of sand that was 0.0000031 grand. What is this number in scientific notation?

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Dec 29, 2011
Scientific Notation (normalized)
by: Staff


Question:

by Emone Vinson
(Houston, Tx)

Matthew works with machines that measure the weights and widths of very small objects. He weighed a piece of sand that was 0.0000031 grand. What is this number in scientific notation?


Answer:

I’m not sure what the “grand” unit is.

The number 0.0000031 written in normalized scientific notation is: 3.1 x 10⁻⁶


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Apr 10, 2014
converting using scientific notation
by: Anonymous

what is the scientific notation for this amount
$17,574,902,619,000.

Apr 11, 2014
converting using scientific notation
by: Staff


$17,574,902,619,000 written in scientific notation:

$17,574,902,619,000 = $1.7574902619000 × 10¹³

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