How do you write 00.0025 in scientific notation?

1 Answer
Apr 7, 2016

Answer:

#00.0025=2.5xx10^(-3)#

Explanation:

Scientific notation is generally used to write very small or vey large numbers.

While writing in scientific notation, we use a single number consisting of a single digit in front of the decimal (at unit's place) and multiply it with an integer power (i.e. negative or positive) of #10#. Hence, it is of the form #axx10^n#, where #1<=a<10# and #n# is an integer.

This way #00.0025# can be written as #2.5xx10^(-3)#.