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When numbers in scientific notation are multiplied, only the number is multiplied. The exponents are added. When numbers in scientific notation are divided, only the number is divided. The exponents are subtracted.

To multiply two numbers in scientific notation, multiply their coefficients and add their exponents. To divide two numbers in scientific notation, divide their coefficients and subtract their exponents. In either case, the answer must be converted to scientific notation.

Example: 6000 = 6 × 10^{3} is in scientific notation. If the given number is smaller than 1, then the decimal point has to move to the right, so the power of 10 will be negative. Example: 0.006 = 6 × 0.001 = 6 × 10^{-}^{3} is in scientific notation.

You look for the first significant digit (non 0), which is 1 and put a decimal after that, so 1.3009, count how many times you moved the decimal which is 9, so answer is 1.3009 * 10^9.

To compare two numbers in scientific notation, you need to look at the powers of 10 first. The number with the higher power of 10 is larger than the number with the lower power of 10. For example, 5 x 10^8 is larger than 2 x 10^7, because 8 is greater than 7.

Here are the rules. When adding or subtracting numbers in scientific notation, the exponents must be the same. The exponents are the same, so add the coefficients. When adding or subtracting numbers in scientific notation, the exponents must be the same.

Division: To divide numbers in scientific notation, first divide the decimal numbers.Then subtract the exponents of your power of 10.Place the new power of 10 with the decimal in scientific notation form.

The four basic operators. Each is used in the same way as a standard calculator: + (addition), – (subtraction), x (multiplication), and ÷ (division). Used to specify calculations in which certain operations have precedence.

Adding or subtracting numbers written in scientific notation: To add or subtract numbers in scientific notation, the exponent of the base 10 should be the same in both the numbers. We just add or subtract the coefficients to get the final answer.

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