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Question by  Limbfilter (20)

How do you write 0.0003532 in scientific notation?


Answer by  Anonymous

Simplify the expression r−3s5 t 2 r2st−2


Answer by  Clement (1453)

Scientific notation always has the form of "a * 10^b", sometimes also written as "a Eb", where a >= 1 and a < 10. In your case: 3. 532 e(-4).


Answer by  parnell257 (109)

The decimal point needs to be moved so that there is one non-zero digit to the left of the decimal point. In this problem, the decimal point needs to be moved four places to the right. The number of places moved is the power of ten. Moving to the right is a minus power. 3. 432 x 10^-4.


Answer by  MKourah (10)

The form of scientific notation is: A. Bx10^C (A) is a single digit whereas (B&C) can be multiple digits. So the answer is 3. 532x10^-4


Answer by  isabella (46)



Answer by  TZ16 (367)

The number 0. 003532 can be written as 3. 532 x 10 (-4). The "(-4)" should be raised up as a superscript. It cannot be raised in this text box.

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