# How do you write #1011.9# in scientific notation?

A number written in scientific notation consists of a coefficient times the base 10 raised to a power (an exponent).

The coefficient consists of the significant figures (digits) in a number with the decimal moved so that it comes after the first non-zero digit,

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1011.9 in scientific notation is written as 1.0119 x 10^3.

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