Scientific notation is a way to express very large or very small numbers using powers of `10`. Writing standard form from scientific notation involves converting a number expressed as a product of a coefficient and a power of ten (e.g., `3.5×10^4`) into its full decimal form (e.g., `35,000`).

This process includes moving the decimal point to the right for positive exponents and to the left for negative exponents, adjusting the number accordingly to represent its value in standard decimal notation.

Algebra 1

Scientific Notation