# What is a million in standard notation?

## What is a million in standard notation?

1,000,000

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Words | Decimal Representation | Scientific Notation |
---|---|---|

one million | 1,000,000 | 1 x 106 |

ten million | 10,000,000 | 1 x 107 |

one hundred million | 100,000,000 | 1 x 108 |

one billion | 1,000,000,000 | 1 x 109 |

## How do you write millions in scientific notation?

How do you write 1 million in scientific notation? Answer: You write it as 1 × 106 with superscript or 1 × 10^6 using a caret.

**How do you convert to standard notation?**

To change a number from scientific notation to standard form, move the decimal point to the left (if the exponent of ten is a negative number), or to the right (if the exponent is positive). You should move the point as many times as the exponent indicates. Do not write the power of ten anymore.

**How do you write 0.00001 in scientific notation?**

Hence, the scientific notation of \[0.00001\] is $ 1 \times {10^{ – 5}} $ . So, the correct answer is “ $ 1 \times {10^{ – 5}} $ ”. Note: Scientific notation is a way of expressing numbers that are too large or too small to be conveniently written in decimal form.

### How do you write 500000 in scientific notation?

Answer: 500000 is converted as scientific notation 5×105.

### How do you convert from scientific notation to standard notation?

When converting from standard form to scientific notation, start by placing the decimal point after the first significant digit. For example, in the number 54,000,000,000 the decimal would be placed between the 5 and the 4. Now multiply this (5.4) by a power of ten.

**How do you write 0.00045 in scientific notation?**

To write 0.00045 in scientific notation, write 4.5 x 10-4 The expression “4.5 x 10-4” is saying, “write 4.5 and move the decimal place four places to the left giving 0.00045.” Or you can think of it as saying 4.5 / 104 or 4.5 / 10000.

**How do you write 65000000 in scientific notation?**

where y is a number typically between 1 and 10, and z is an integer exponent of 10 that indicates how many places the decimal point must be moved to accomplish this. For example, the number 65000000 would be written 6.5 x 107.

#### What is 1.3 Million as a number?

Answer: 130,000 tens. How many hundreds in 1.3 million? Answer: 13,000 hundreds.

#### What does 2.5 Million look like written out?

2.5 million = 2,500,000. Was this answer helpful?