More Lessons for GCSE Maths
Standard Form is also known as standard index form or scientific notation. It involves writing large numbers or very small numbers in terms of powers of 10.
The following diagram shows how to convert to numbers to Standard Form. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions for converting numbers to Standard Form.
Standard form numbers
How to convert to and from standard form numbers, and using 4 functions with them?
How to write numbers in standard form?
How to do sums with numbers in standard form?
Examples to assist with GCSE revision on standard form for both macroscopic and microscopic numbers.
This video is written to illustrate the mechanics behind the process and should act as a memory refresh.
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