How is scientific notation used in chemistry?

1 Answer
Mar 29, 2018

Answer:

Is used to express numbers that are too big to write.

Explanation:

Scientific annotations is when you have such a bigger number that you cannot write it. Is like simplifying.
For example we have 0.00000345.
With scientific annotations is: 3. #3.45*10^-6#. This because you times the number by 10 six times, making sure a decimal number is over the point (.)

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