# How do you write 0.076 000 000 in scientific notation?

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Okay start off by removing excess 0's

0.076 000 000= 0.076

Then this in fraction ;

Then decimal in in fraction;

The answer is

According to the rules for significant figures, trailing zeroes after a decimal are significant, so the six trailing zeroes should remain in the answer. http://www.chemteam.info/SigFigs/SigFigRules.html

A number written in scientific notation includes a coefficient times the base 10 raised to some power. The coefficient consists of a non-zero, single-digit integer, 1 - 9 inclusive, in front of the decimal.

When converting a number written in standard form, such as

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