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Calculator for converting numbers in scientific notation to standard format

In scientific notation each number is written in the form: b × 10 y, where b is a number between 1 and 10 (fractional coefficient) and y is the exponent a positive or negative whole number (an integer). Consider 6.2 x 106  6.2 is the fractional coefficient and 106 is the exponent.


Convert a number in scientific notation to standard format

Enter fractional coefficient below e.g. 6.12  Enter exponent of power 10 (10^ ) below e.g. 6 Use can use - exponents also. Use integers only.



More more information on numbers in scientific notation and standard format refer to the article on this site. 

How to cite this article

Mullan, W.M.A. (2016) [On-line] Available from: Accessed: