# How to convertscientificnotation into standard form?

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1. Look at the exponent. In this case, we will use 7.19 x 10^6 as our scientific notation. The exponent is 6. 2. If the exponent is a positive number, move the decimal point the same number of places to the right as the number of the exponent.In 7.19
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