Whole number exponents can be used to express powers of 10 with decimals. When an exponent is greater than 0, the decimal moves to the right. When an exponent is less than 0, the decimal moves to the left.
Powers of 10 with Decimals to Thousandths
Whole Number Exponents: Whole number exponents are a way to quickly and easily express repeated multiplication of the same number. Powers of 10: Powers of 10 are numbers expressed as 10 multiplied by itself a certain number of times. Decimals to Thousandths: Decimals to thousandths refer to fractions of a whole number that are expressed up to 3 decimal places.
To show an exponent on Curipod, you must type 10 to the 5th power like this 10^5. Type 10 Then press the Shift key and the number 6 to make this symbol ^ Then type the power of 10 you would like to use
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