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What is exponential notation

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    An example of exponential notation would be writing
    1.25*10^6 instead of 1,250,000. The "6" is written as an exponent (power) of 10.

    It is an easy and convenient way to write very large or very small numbers, and makes multiplying and dividing them easier.

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