25 multiplied by 10 raise to the power of minus 6 metre cube

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25 multiplied by 10 raise to the power of minus 6 metre cube

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Answer:By using exponents, we can reformat numbers. This can be helpful, in much the same way that it’s helpful (that is, it’s easier) to write “twelve trillion” rather than 12,000,000,000,000., or “thirty nanometers” rather than “0.00000003 meters”.

For very large or very small numbers, it is sometimes simpler to use “scientific notation” (so called, because scientists often deal with very large and very small numbers).