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Yes – our experts make an addition of one more educational tool known as ‘standard form calculator.’ The tool will take any number and convert it into standard form (i: e is a number and a power of 10). Yes, this tool works efficiently for students of GCSE Maths or Science.

Well, any number that you can write as a decimal number, between 1.0 and 10.0, and multiplied by a power of 10 is known as the standard form. In other words, it is a way of writing down very large/very small numbers easily. No doubt, it is difficult to read numbers like 675678888000 or 0.000012345675, for the ease you can write it in the form of power of 10.

A number is 600000

So, the number is written as 6 ×10^{5}

It is a free online calculator that allows you to convert any number to standard form for the given input within a couple of seconds. Well, there is a no need to writing numbers with a power of 10 manually, you just have to input value in the designated field of this tool and get the result. In simple words, this tool is specifically designed to convert number to scientific or standard notation. Read on to know how to use this tool!

Quit worrying; this tool makes calculations very simple and interesting!

- First, you have to enter any number in the given field of the above calculator
- And, very next, just hit the calculate button, the calculator shows the number into scientific notation (i: e is a number and a power of 10).

Let’s take a look!

A number is 71900000000000 – Convert to standard form:

- You have to write the first number that is (7)
- Then, you ought to add a decimal point after it (7.)
- Very, you have to count the number of digits after 8 – you can see there are 13 digits
- So, 71 900 000 000 000 is 7.19 ×10
^{13}

A number is 0.000 0014:

- First of all, you have to write the very first non-zero digit – here you can see it is (1)
- Very next, you have to add a decimal point after it: (1.)
- Remember that the decimal point shifts 6 places to the right
- So, its represent as 1.4 ×10
^{-6}

Well, there is no need to stick on such as lengthy calculations, you just have to enter the values into the designated field of the above standard form calculator, and the tool will take care rest!

As the distance between the Sun and Mars is 141,700,000 miles or 228,000,000 km, how we can write the distance in the standard form!

Convert to standard form:

It can be written as 1.417×10^{8} miles or 2.28×10^{8} km

However, there are several other quantities including planets, speed of light, size of micro-organisms, size of microchips, and population of a country are all that can be expressed as in scientific notation. You can use the above tool to write very large/very small numbers with a power of 10.