Convert E notation to standard notation

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at
Tue Sep 3 22:03:39 EDT 2013

Nope. It isn't. You're mixing up two different notations. In the current 
context, 10e isn't a number. In another context, it would be the 
(natural) exponential number e multiplied by 10. This however isn't the 
context of the Wikipedia page about scientific notation, which Alejandro 
linked to but which you left out on purpose to confuse people.

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On 9/4/2013 03:56, Dr. Hawkins wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Mark Schonewille
> <m.schonewille at> wrote:
>> I'd say that 10e isn't a number because the exponent is missing.
> Sure it's a number.
> Roughly 28 . . .
> :)

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