# How Do You Write 3427 in Scientific Notation?

October 13, 2022

3.427 in scientific notation is 3.427 × 103.

## How do I convert a number to scientific notation?

To convert any number to scientific notation, write the nonzero digits and put a decimal place after the first nonzero digit. Then count the number of digits you need by the first move the decimal to get to where your decimal is now. If you move the decimal to the left, your power is positive.

## How do you write 0.0007 in scientific notation?

• For 0.0007, we need to shift the decimal point 4 places to the right, so the exponent of the 10’s term becomes negative:
• 0.0007=0×10−
• For 190, we need to shift the decimal point 2 places to the left, so the exponent of the 10’s term becomes positive:
• 190=9×10

## How do you write 0.084 in scientific notation?

In scientific notation, a number is written in the form a×10n, where 1≤a<10 (meaning the number has a single digit to the left of the decimal point) and n is an integer. Therefore, 0.084 can be written as 8.4×10−2.

## How do you write 5440 in scientific notation?

How do you write 5440 in scientific notation? Answer: You write it as 5.44 × 103 with a superscript or 5.44 × 10^3 with a caret.

## How do you write 0.00042 in scientific notation?

Write the number 0.00042 in scientific notation. To write this number in scientific notation, you must first shift the decimal places from the original number 4 places between the 4 and the 2. Since you are shifting the decimals 4 places to the right, you are subtracting from the exponent.

## What is 0.000345 expressed in scientific notation?

0,000345 = 3,45 × 10.

## How do you write 0.0070 in scientific notation?

• 000=7×100.
• 0.7000=7×10−
• 0.0700=7×10−
• 0.0070=7×10 −
• 0.0007=7×10−

## How many significant figures does 5050 have?

The number 5050.0 has 5 significant digits.

## What is the scientific notation of 62000000?

62,000,000 in scientific notation is 6.2 × 107.

## How do you write 880 in scientific notation?

880 in scientific notation is 8.8 × 102.

## What is the exponent used when 6590000 is written in scientific notation?

The exponential form of 65900000 is 6.59 × 107.

## What is E in calculator?

From: A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather at www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com When a number is either too big or too small to fit in a calculator display, scientific notation is often used with the letter E (or e ) for exponent (power or subscript) is used.

## How do you read E numbers?

On a calculator display, E (or e) represents the exponent of 10, followed by another number representing the value of the exponent. For example, a calculator would display the number 25 trillion as either 2.5E13 or 2.5E13. In other words, E (or e) is shorthand for scientific notation.

## How do you read scientific notation?

The letter a represents a decimal number and the letter b represents an exponent or power of 10. For example, the number 300 is written in scientific notation as 3.0 × 102. The number 0.03 is written as 3.0 × 102.

## How do you write 2300000000 in scientific notation?

Written in scientific notation, 2,300,000,000 is 2.3 x 10.

## How do you write 673.5 in scientific notation?

673.5 million in scientific notation is 6.735 × 108.

## How do you change a decimal to scientific notation on a calculator?

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