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i have computed moment invariants by
m02=sum(sum(double(im).*(row-centroid(1))^0.*(col-centroid(2))^2)

 then normalized them by using this 

n02=m02/area^gamma
gamma=2+(0+2)/2

n i got value like this: 3.456e4

my question is: does normalizing give value in exponentials as i got to know that normalization should not be in exponentials