How do you write #0.52 times 10^-3# in standard form?

1 Answer
Apr 3, 2018

Answer:

Refer to the explanation.

Explanation:

If by standard form you mean expanded form, it is #0.00052#. The negative exponent indicates that the decimal should be moved to the left three places.

If by standard form you mean scientific notation, it is #5.2xx10^(-4)#. The decimal moves one place to the right, which means the exponent is decreased by #1#.