 # Standard Form: Conversion

## Converting Normal Numbers to Standard Form     Example 1 In this example, the decimal is 3.45 and there are 9 digits after the imaginary decimal point so the power will be 9. Example 2 In this example, the decimal is 4.9 and there are 8 digits after the imaginary decimal point so the power will be 8. Example 1 In this example, the first non 0 digit after the decimal point is 3 so the decimal becomes 3.75. There are 6 digits between the original and the new decimal point so the power is -6. Example 2 In this example, the first non 0 digit after the decimal point is 8 so the decimal becomes 8.92 There are 7 digits between the original and the new decimal point so the power is -7.
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