# Worksheet: Converting between Scientific and Standard Notation

In this worksheet, we will practice converting a number from scientific notation to standard form.

Q1:

What is in ordinary number?

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• E

Q2:

What is in ordinary number?

• A0.04
• B0.0004
• C0.00004
• D0.004
• E0.4

Q3:

Express in standard form.

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• B
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• D
• E

Q4:

Express in ordinary number.

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• B
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• D
• E

Q5:

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the United States in the first quarter of 2014 was . Rewrite the GDP in standard notation.

• A
• B
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• D
• E

Q6:

Which of the following is equal to ?

• A 0.00000499
• B 0.00499
• C 0.000499
• D 0.0000499

Q7:

To reach escape velocity, a rocket must travel at the rate of ft/min. Rewrite the rate in ordinary number form.

• A ft/min
• B ft/min
• C ft/min
• D ft/min
• E ft/min

Q8:

A dime is the thinnest coin in US currency. Its thickness is m. Rewrite this in ordinary number form.

• A 0.0000135 m
• B 0.000135 m
• C 0.0135 m
• D 0.00135 m
• E 0.135 m

Q9:

One picometer is approximately in. Rewrite this length in standard form.

• A 0.0000000003937 in
• B 0.000000000003937 in
• C 0.0000000000003937 in
• D 0.00000000003937 in
• E 0.000000003937 in

Q10:

If the number is written out in full, how many zeros would be to the right of the digit “6”?