Positive and Negative Integers


What does 'n' represent in standard form?

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Standard form is most often represented in the form a x 10^n where a is a constant anywhere between 1 and 10 (including 1 but not 10) and n is any integer. Therefore the answer to the question is any integer, that is any whole number, positive or negative or zero.

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