# Scientific Notation Converter

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## It is the number 1 convertor and calculator for scientific notation with 100% accurate results and fast calculations.

It is a free online tool that converts scientific notations or numbers into decimal numbers or standard forms. It is capable of converting both positive and negative numbers. Just enter your required notation and hit the “convert” button to get your required answer in a decimal number. Keep in mind that there are two different conversions calculators integrated, 1^{st} is for positive values. Simultaneously, the 2^{nd} is for negative values, so be careful while doing your conversion calculations.

## Convert to Scientific Notation

How to easily and quickly use notation converter calculator for the conversion of any number into scientific notations.

- There are 3 separate input boxes.
- 1
^{st}is for decimal numbers before the point(.) digits. - 2
^{nd}is for decimal numbers after the point(.) digits. - 3
^{rd}is for the input of power 10. - Use the positive for
**+**and negative for**–**operations. - For conversion, press the “convert” button after inputting the digits.
- The “
**Reset**” button is for the resetting of the converter.

## Features and Functions

- Two Separate conversions sections for both positive and negative values.
- 100% tested and accurate conversion results.
- Fastest converter calculator ever.
- Unlimited time and numbers of conversion capacity.
- A user-friendly interface and lightweight tool.

## Scientific Notation

It is the way of expression for a very large and a very small number to be written in standard or decimal form. It is mostly used by engineers, mathematicians, and scientists. For example, the 80,000,000 will be written as **8 ×10 ^{7}**, the general formula is

**m ×10**.

^{n}**M**is used for numbers written in standard form and

**n**is used for the power of

**10**.

### Definition

It is the mathematical expression used to write the big or large decimal numbers in fewer digits. For better understanding, please follow and read the below section.

### Scientific E Notation

The **E** notation is simply the same as the scientific notation, while the **E** letter represents the power of ten (**×10 ^{n}**). Many calculators use the E notation formate to display their answers. The above converter can use for

**E**notation, while at the end, you will need to replace the

**×10**into

^{n}**E**. For example,

^{n}**12.232×10**will be written as

^{9}**12.232 E**, and so on.

^{9}#### Exponential Form Converter

Keep in mind that E notation is also called exponential notation. This calculator tool is also working correctly as an exponential form converter. Input your desire number in both positive and negative boxes and get the answer quickly and accurately.

### Rules

The essential rules notation converter that is used and accepted universally are below.

- The base is always
**10**. - The exponent must be a non-zero digit.
- The coefficient’s absolute value is greater than or equal to
**1**and must be less than**10**. - The coefficient may be positive or negative.
- The mantissa carries the rest of the significant digits.

The general notation for scientific is **m ×10n**. **M** is the coefficient, and **n** is for the power of **10**.

### How to Write

To write a number in scientific notation, let us take an example of 64,000. Now follow the below steps for a proper conversion process.

#### Steps

- Move the decimal to the left after the first non-zero digit that is 6, i.e., 6.4
- Count the steps of the decimal that you move to the left, which are equal to 4.
- If you want to move the decimal to the left, the power of 10 will be positive.
- However, if you move the decimal to the right, the power of 10 will be negative.

So, the power of 10 will be 4 (positive), the required result can be obtained as **m ×10 ^{n}**, M is equal to 6.4, and n is equal to 4, 6.4 ×10

^{4}= 64000.

### How to Do Scientific Notation Conversion

To do scientific notation calculation more perfectly and precisely for all types of mathematical numbers such as even, odd, whole, natural, fraction, rational, and real number, let us take the below examples.

### Examples

Please read the below examples to understand the conversion of the positive and negative values and as well as their differences.

#### Positive Values Calculations

- 600 can be written as 6×10
^{2}. - 4500000000 can be written as 4.5×10
^{9}. - 123000000 can be written as 1.23×10
^{8}.

#### Negative Values Converter

- 0.006 can be written as 6×10
^{-3}. - 0.000000004 can be written as 4×10
^{-9}. - 0.000002 can be written as 2 x 10
^{5}.

### Problems and Practice

It is the primary subject, and our goal is to solve all the problems that students are facing in their subjects. Below are some problems with their solutions, which will practice you to solve all types of conversion.

#### Decimal or Whole Number to Scientific Notation

- 1001 = 1.001×10
^{3} - 53 = 5.3×10
^{1} - 6,926,300,000 = 6.9263×10
^{9} - -392 = -3.92×10
^{2} - 0.00361 = 3.61×10
^{-3} - 6. 0.13592 = 1.3592×10
^{-1} - -0.0038 = -3.8×10
^{-3} - 0.00000013 = 1.3×10
^{-7} - -0.567 = -5.67×10
^{-1}

#### Scientific Notation to Decimal or Standard Form

- 1.92×10
^{3}= 1,920 - 1.03×10
^{-2}= 0.0103 - 3.051×10
^{1}= 30.51 - 8.862×10
^{-1}= 0.8862 - -4.29×10
^{2}= -429 - 9.512×10
^{-8}= 0.00000009512 - 6.251×10
^{9}= 6,251,000,000 - -6.5×10
^{-3}= -0.0065 - 8.317×10
^{6}= 8,317,000 - 3.159×10
^{2}= 315.9

#### Worksheet

The worksheet is best for student practice and exam preparation. click here and download the scientific worksheet for the different levels of grade and classes. You can do practice with the above converter as well.

## Notation Converter Calculator in Programming Languages

Scientific notation conversion is perfectly operatable in many programming languages such as C++, C#, Java, and PHP. However, here we discuss the following two environment that is also necessary.

### Python

There are four types of numbers in Pythons. The first one is “Integer,” the 2^{nd} one is “Floating point,” the 3^{rd} one is “Complex numbers,” and the 4^{th} one is “Boolean.” The float value is used for the scientific notation in phyton, For example, 0.00000321 can be written as 3.21E-5, while the **E** is the exponent and you can you **e** or **E** it does not matter.

### Matlab

Matlab and other programming languages use the **E** for the notation converter. At the same time, Matlab understands the value such as **10500e+5**. The following are some examples of displaying numeric values.

>> format bank >> a = 9.22222e+15 a = 9222220000000000.00 >> format hex >> a = 9.22222e+15 a = 434061c7b591fc00 >> format longg >> a = 9.22222e+15 a = 9.22222e+015

## Different Numbers Convert to Scientific Notation

Below are some examples of the different numbers to notation conversions such as the radius of the earth, speed of light, million, billion, trillion, and mega numbers.

### Radius of Earth in Meters

In scientific notation, the radius of the earth in meters is equal to **6.37×10 ^{6}** meters or approximately

**6.4×10**meters, and

^{6}**6378100**or approximately

**6370000**in standard form.

### Speed of Light

The speed of light in scientific notation can be written as **2.99×10 ^{8} m/s**. Or it can also be written as

**3×10**. The speed of light in standard form is exactly

^{8}m/s**299792458 m/s**or approximately

**300000000 m/s**.

### Million or Mega

Mega is the scientific prefix for “1 million”, for example, one megabit means one million bits of data. So for expression, the one million will be written as **1000000 = 10 ^{6}**.

### Billion

One billion in scientific notation is 1, and we place 10 to the power of 9. Means 1 billion is **1×10 ^{9}**. Here we need to figure out the number we are raising 10. Then observe when to move the decimal point; we move 9 places to the left. If you move the decimal to the left, you will raise 10 to the power of

**n**. If you move the decimal to the right, you will raise 10 to the power of

**-n**.

### Trillion

At 1 trillion, the non-zero digit is one. Here we drag the decimal point towards the end of the number to place it directly after 1. Now check out the resulting number is 1 so we can write as **1×10 ^{12} = 1000000000000**.

## FAQ - Scientific Notation Converter

### Who Invented Scientific Notation?

Archimedes, who discovered Scientific Notation was a mathematician and Greek inventor who was born in 287 B.C, in Syracuse, Greece and died in 212 B.C. Archimedes studied at the Egyptian city of Alexandria and then at the center of the scientific world.

### What is the Scientific Notation of 256?

The 256 in Scientific Notation is equal to 2.56×10^{2} where 2 is the order of magnitude.

### How Scientific Notation Converter Work

- In this converter, three boxes are given for input values.
- The first box is used for digits before the decimal point.
- The second box is used for figures after the decimal point in scientific notation.
- The third box is used for the power of 10.
- By pressing the convert button, this will be changed to standard form or decimal form, which is the required result.
- For more values to be put in use the reset button, by pressing the reset button, you can enter the new values to be found.

### How Many Significant Figures Does Scientific Notation Have?

Zeros after the decimal point and after figures are significant, for example, in the number 0.2540, then 2, 5, 4, and last 0 are significant. Exponential digits in scientific notation are not significant; 1.12×10^{6} has three significant digits, 1, 1, and 2.

### How Do You Write 0.00001 in Scientific Notation?

To write 0.00001 in scientific notation form, we will have to move the decimal point five points to the right, which means multiplying by 10^{-5}.

### How Do You Write 0.25 in Scientific Notation?

If your number in decimal form is 0.25. We move the decimal point, so there is only one non-zero digit in front of the decimal point. So, 0.25 becomes 02.5. The leading zero is not significant, so 02.5 becomes 2.5.

### How Do You Write 500 in Scientific Notation?

To write 500, move the decimal (understood to be at the end of the number) two spaces to the left so that only the 5 is to the left of the decimal, so for 500 is 5×10^{2}.

### How Do You Write 100 in Scientific Notation?

^{2}.