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Power of Ten in Normal Number Form
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When you multiply 10 times 10 repeatedly, the answer is a "1" with the same number of zeroes after it.
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Multiplying 10's Repeatedly

Power of Ten in Normal Number Form


A power of ten can be written in two ways:
1) as a power, and
2) as a normal number, otherwise known as a decimal.

Examples: Two Ways of Writing Powers of 10

Power of Ten written as Normal Number Form, power of ten written in power form
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