Let's do another example.
So if you do it times 10 to the negative 1 power, you'll go 1 to the left. A power of ten with a positive exponent, such asmeans the decimal was moved to the left.
If you keep moving the decimal point to the right in 0. So let's say you have 2. But if you do times 10 to the negative 2 power, you'll go 2 to the left. Scientific notation is a way to make these numbers easier to work with.
Or it might be a small number, like 0. Everything else goes behind the decimal. Let's say the numerical value is 1, In scientific notation, you move the decimal place until you have a number between 1 and When I take something times 10 to the second power, I'm essentially shifting the decimal point 2 to the right.
Because I'm counting, this is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 spaces behind the decimal, including the leading numeral.