How do you convert #2.3 x10^-2# into expanded notation?
The correct answer should be:
By definition, expanded notation produces an expression which represents each place holder's value.
NB: Standard notation is always represented by the sums of all the values multiplied by
However, this question takes this idea one step further and introduces decimal places.
By using the above example, if we were given 428.39,
this would be expressed as:
Beautiful isn't it.
As one can see, the degree (the exponents) of the
With this in mind, by looking at your question,
Step one: (turn the expression into decimal format)
Step Two: (convert to Standard notation)
Since this expression only has one numerical value of 6 which is occupying the hundredth's position, we multiply 6 by
Now with regards to the algebraic terms, such as
For term clarity,
"Numerical Form" of 42 has a "Standard Form" of 40 + 2 which can be expressed in the "Standard Notation" of