**Standard Version:**2000.02 x 10^2**UK Version:**2000.02

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The standard form converter** **converts the given number to:

- Scientific notation
- Real number
- E-Notation, and
- Engineering notation

Standard notation converter** **accepts values both in exponential and decimal form and converts the input to standard form in a heartbeat.

Keep on reading if you are interested in standard form definition, how to find standard form** **without standard form generator,** **and a few examples of standard or scientific notation.

- Enter the number in the input box.
- Click the
**Convert**button. - The standard form calculator will convert the number into four different notations.

Do you know what does standard form mean**?**

Standard Form is the term in mathematics that is used for converting long or complex numbers into the simplest form for reducing the difficulty to read the number.

It is a way to express very small or very long numbers.

The scientific notation calculator can be used for converting complex numbers into a readable format.

Large mathematical number like given below is difficult to read. But, after it is converted into the standard form, it becomes easier to read.

**Number: 5630000000000**

**Standard Form: 5.63 x 10 ^{12}**

Here is the example of conversion of small numbers into the standard form:

**Number: 0.0000067833**

**Standard Form: 6.7833 ^{-6}**

Below, we have explained the step-by-step conversion of a number into the standard format.

**Example:**

Convert **0.000381** to standard form.

**Solution:**

**Step 1:** Write down the number.

**0.000381**

**Step 2:** Find the decimal point in the number and if the decimal point is not there then it would be declared at the end of the number, on the right side.

**Step 3:** Place the decimal after the first non-zero digit and remove any leading or trailing zeros. In this case:

The number becomes,

**Step 4:** Now, count the number of positions you have changed for the decimal. Raise the total number of positions moved, to the power of **10. **In this case, we have moved the decimal to **4** positions.

**Keynote:** If the decimal is moved from left to right, place the negative sign with the exponent. If the decimal is moved from right to left, raise the power as a positive integer

So,

**0.000381 = 3.81 × 10 ^{-4}**

Use the standard notation calculator** **to cross-check the answers.

FAQS

The standard form of 1 million is *1 x 10 ^{6}.*

The Standard Form of the fractions is known as the Standard Form. When the numerator and denominator are co-prime then it is considered to be written in the standard form. But for this, both the numbers shouldn’t have a common factor of 1 e.g. 5/6, 11/12.

The general way of writing the quadratic function is:

*f(x) = ax ^{2} + bx + c*

In Standard form, it is written as:

*f(x) = a(x-h) ^{2} + k*