I'm just playing around with some stuff in excel.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I asked it to create a Polynomial trend line to the order 6 adn it came back wiht this...

Y = -9E-19x^{6}+ 2E-14x^{5}- 2E-10x^{4}+ 1E-06x^{3}- 0.0027x^{2}+ 3.5222x - 1656.5

I just want to write that as a formula, but what's the E? I've seen it used to represent x10^{#}before but that dosent seem to fit?

Can someone rewrite that in a format that works in excel?

eg.. = (10^-9)-(19*x^6).....

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# What does E mean in this format?

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