How do you express 3.16 x 10 to the 3rd power in standard decimal notation form.

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1. 3.14*1000= 3140

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2. 31600

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3. 3.16•10^3 in standard form is 3.16•1000 which is 3160.

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6. 3.24 times 10 to negative 3 show answer

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