# How do you write 0.9028 in scientific notation?

$9.028 \cdot {10}^{-} 1$
When you are asked for an answer in scientific notation, it is normally in a format of $n \cdot {10}^{m}$ where 1 ≤ n < 10
In this case, we have to multiply $0.9028$ by ${10}^{1}$ so that it can comply with the terms stated as above. ($n$ cannot have the value of $0$ )
Now we have your number in scientific notation, which is $9.028$, we need to decide how many values of numbers that have been used. In this case we used ${10}^{1}$ to increase the value. Thus, $9.028 \cdot {10}^{-} 1$ is obtained. (${10}^{1}$ is owed by $9.028$)