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# Scientific Notation Converter

 Scientific notation: ×10 Decimal notation: E notation: Normalized notation: ×10 Engineering notation: ×10

### Standard Notation Converter:

It converts scientific notation numbers to E-notation, engineering notation, & decimal notation format. Here you can convert any number to standard form, e-notation, and engineering form easily. You can provide any format as input it generates result in all other formats.

Notations are used to represent a complex form of numbers to a simple format. Notations are used in science, engineering and many other fields. We can write a very large number or a small number in a simple and convenient manner by using notations. There are three different types of notations are there namely.
Scientific notation or standard notation.
Engineering notation.
E-notation.

## Scientific Notations :

Scientific notations are also called "Standard notations". We can write any number in the form of “Mx10n”. Here we have two parts magnitude and exponent (power of 10). The magnitude value is varied in between 1 < |m| < 10 & "n" value is varied based on magnitude value.

Magnitude value must in between 1 to 10 so to make it we have to move decimal point value from left digit to right then the exponent is positive. If a decimal point moves from right digit to the left then the exponent is negative.

Example1:
Converter 500000 number to scientific notation?
We know 100000 = 105 then
500000 = 5x105.
500000 is converted as scientific notation 5x105.

Example2:
0.0024000 convert to scientific notation?
We know 0.0024000 = 2.400x10-3
0.0024000 = 2.400x10-3.
0.002400 is converted as scientific notation 2.400x10-3.

## Engineering Notation :

It is identical as standard notation except magnitude (m) range. For engineering notations range must be in 1 < |m| < 1000. It is used in engineering calculators.

Example:
Convert 547600000000 to prefix gaga notation?
1000000000 = 109 then
547600000000 = 345.6 × 109.

## E – Notations :

E-notations are same as standard notations but instead of powers of 10, we use "e" to represent the number. It is also called exponential notations. Example:
Convert 800000 to E-notation?
We know 100000 = 105 then
800000 = 8 x 105.
8 x 105 = 8e5.