Are you tired to remember how to convert Standard to Scientific? You could use the conversion easily!
It's based on standard -illions system. For smaller than e12, K is e3, M is e6, and B is e9.
Else, separate the whole abbreviation to prefixes. Use the table below:
|Ce (+10)||Dc (+10)||U (+1)|
|Dn (+200)||Vg (+20)||D (+2)|
|Tc (+300)||Tg (+30)||T (+3)|
|Qe (+400)||Qa (+40)||Qd (+4)|
|Qu (+500)||Qi (+50)||Qt (+5)|
|Sc (+600)||Se (+60)||Sx (+6)|
|Si (+700)||St (+70)||Sp (+7)|
|Oe (+800)||Og (+80)||Oc (+8)|
|Ni (+900)||Nn (+90)||No (+9)|
For beyond e3003, representing [thousands]MI-[units], multiply the left side before MI by 1000 then add with the right side. Additionally, MI has same value of UMI and nothing after MI is valued as 0. For beyond e3000003, representing [millions]MC-[units], multiply the left side before MC by 1000000 then add with the right side. The behaviors does the same as MI.
Then multiply by 3 to new exponent in Scientific and you're done!