## How do you write 0.1 as a power of 10

Posted on 14.06.2018 by Clyde

Well, there's a slow way and the fast way. You can also do this to find your answer. Something like how division is the opposite of multiplication or subtraction is the opposite of addition. In other words, ten multiplied by itself a certain number of times when the power is a positive integer.

It's in scientific notation already. It used to be that logs were really important for multiplying and dividing, and were used all the time in doing arithmetic using slide rules. If you show up to school too formally, others might think you are trying too hard. Now let's apply this to scientific notation.