# Write the following numbers in the standard form : 4,18,25,00,000.

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**Hint:**In order to get the answer to it, write a number from 1 to 10 according to the number then write the left numbers, then in powers of 10 write the number you have transferred the decimal number of times.

**Complete answer:**

Given number is 4,18,25,00,000

There are 9 digits after the starting digit that is 4 .

We can write the given number as, \[4,18,25\, \times \,{10^5}\]

Then we can write the above number as, \[4.1825 \times {10^9}\] by moving decimal beside 4. Since the decimal point has moved to 4 places we can rise to \[{10^9}\].

Hence the answer to this question is \[4.1825 \times {10^9}\].

**Note:**In this question we have to convert the number in standard form . The number can be small or large we have to write a number from 1 to 10 then we have to transfer the decimal as explained above then write the other numbers right of decimal then number of times you have shifted the decimal point write that number in powers of 10, the power of 10 can be negative or positive dependent upon the number given is greater than or less than one.

If the decimal is shifted left then the power is positive and if the decimal is shifted right the power is negative.

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