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Convert to standard notation. 7.53 × 10^3.

Can someone show me the proper way to do this?

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    7350
    standard notation is the answer to the problem

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    I don't understand

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    So the ^3 is how many decimal spaces or zeros are at the end of the number?

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    7.53 x 10^3
    =7.53 x 1000
    = ?

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    Perfect, I understand the concept now. Thank you both.

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