How do you write #6.92*10^-8# in standard notation?

1 Answer
Jan 2, 2017

Answer:

#6.92 cdot 10^{- 8} = 0.0000000692#

Explanation:

The power of ten indicates the position of the decimal point. If we are saying that a number in scientific notation is #6.92 cdot 10^{- 8}# that means that the decimal point must be placed #8# positions below the initial position, which is always the one corresponding to the number of units.