# What is 445,000,000,000,000 in a scientific notation?

$4.45 \times {10}^{14}$
Move the decimal to the left $14$ places so that only one non-zero digit is in front of the decimal. Then multiply by the base $10$ raised to a power that is equal to but opposite the $14$ places the decimal was moved.
$4.45 \times {10}^{14}$
The decimal was moved to the left (negative) $14$ places, so the exponent is positive $14$. To get the number back to the original number, you would move the decimal to the right (positive) $14$ places.