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Writing Decimals
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Decimals: Powers of 10
In the decimal system, the value of each place is a different power of 10.
Powers of 10 can also be less than 1: they can have negative exponents.
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Scientific Notation
Sometimes you need to write decimals that are very small or very
large. You can use scientific notation to write these decimals. With
scientific notation, you don't need to count lots of zeros every time you
read the number. To write a number in scientific notation, write it as a
product of two factors: (a decimal greater than or equal to 1 but less
than 10) X (a power of 10)XAMPLE |: Light travels at a speed of about 18,000,000,000 meters
per minute. Write this number in scientific notation.
(Source: Encyclopedia Britennica)
18,000,000,000 = 1.8 x 10,000,000,000 = 1.8 X 10 -———power of 10
a decimal = 1 and < 10
E 2: Light travels | meter in 0.0000000033 second. Write
33 in scientific notation.
0.0000000
To write numbers between 0 and | in scientific notation, you use
negative exponents.
0,0000006 = 3.3 x 0.000000001 = 3.3 x 10° power of 10 with a
us negative exponent
a decimal = 1 and < 10

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