# What is the scientific notation of 0.0002?

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I know scientific notation has one non-0 digit before the decimal point. So I know the scientific notation for

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What is the scientific notation for

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Scientific notation includes a coefficient consisting of a single digit in front of the decimal, numbers 1 - 9 inclusive, multiplied times the base 10 raised to some power. When a number is not already written in scientific notation, we need to move the decimal to the right or to the left so that there is a single digit in front of the decimal. The power of 10 is the same number as the decimal places that were moved. If the decimal is moved to the right, the exponent (power) is negative, and if the decimal is moved to the left, the exponent is positive.

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Scientific notation includes a coefficient consisting of a single digit in front of the decimal, numbers 1 - 9 inclusive, multiplied times the base 10 raised to some power.

When a number is not already written in scientific notation, we need to move the decimal to the right or to the left so that there is a single digit in front of the decimal. The power of 10 is the same number as the decimal places that were moved. If the decimal is moved to the right, the exponent (power) is negative, and if the decimal is moved to the left, the exponent is positive.

To change