Here are a few worked problems that involve various uses of scientific notation.
This problem calls for you to convert a number in scientific notation to an integer value.
6.3 × 104 = 6.3 × 10,000 = 63,000
To convert a number from its scientific form to an integer, you begin with the rational form of the number, and then multiply it by a number consisting of 1 and a number of zeros corresponding to the number of the exponent of 10.
When you deal with values that are a fraction of 1, you can determine how to shift the number by converting the exponential form of 10 into a fraction.
10 raised to the power of 2 is 100, and when ...