What Is Standard Notation?

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Standard notation is a plain number without any decimal points or exponents. For instance, the number 549 is a number set in standard notation while its expanded notation is 500+4+9. Standard notation is different from scientific notation in that scientific notation is written as the product of a number with a power of 10.
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A number is standard notation is a number written out completely without any shortcuts. For example the standard notation of 7.25 x 10^2 is 725.
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