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convert to scientific notation....0.00024

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    count the leading zeroes, and add 1:

    2.4*10^-4

    look:
    2.4 = 2.4*10^0
    .24 = 2.4*10^-1
    .024 = 2.4*10^-2
    .0024 = 2.4*10^-3
    .00024 = 2.4*10^-4

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