Scientific notation is a way of expressing numbers that are too big or too small. It is of the form m x 10^n (10 raised to power n) , n is an integer and absolute value of m is more than or equal to 1, but less than 10. Two examples of scientific notation are, radius of the earth is 6.371 x 10^7 m, radius of nucleus is in the range of 10^(-15) m. Knowledge to convert between standard and scientific notation is very essential. Understand more about scientific notation through practice questions on scientific notation by using the resources available on this page which include 6th grade math worksheets free.

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