The following format causes numbers to be expressed in standard Engineering Notation, with three places after the decimal and two digits (with a leading zero) in the exponent: Format Example ###.000E+00 299.792E+06 The following format causes numbers to be expressed in standard Engineering Notation, with up to nine places after the decimal:
When numbers are represented in a simplest form, it is referred as standard form. It can also be referred as scientific notation. In other words, Standard form is a way of writing down a very large or very small numbers in the easy way. For instance, the standard form of 30000 can be written as 3 4 or 3 x 10 4.