# 0.000301 in scientific notation?

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#### Explanation:

We can start out by writing the number in standard form, which means that it shouldn't exceed

The only difference standard form is to scientific form, is that we are writing the

#### Explanation:

The first thing you should to know is that scientific numbers are between 1 and 9

so move the dot 4 digits to the right

zeros on the left of the number you can remove them

the multiply the number by 10 to the power of (how many digits you've moved the dot)

so

negative 4 because you moved the dot to the right if you move it to the left the power will be positive like