Interpreting p value in SciPy Welch's T-Test [duplicate]

Can someone help me understand the meaning of the p-value of the Whelch's T Test in SciPy?

 test = stats.ttest_ind(x, y, equal_var=False) 

gives me

 Ttest_indResult(statistic=5.4320992218489925, pvalue=7.614106565771353e-08) 

But with a statistic of 5.43, shouldn't be a 0.00000... p-value according to the T table instead?

• It is 0 point followed by seven zeros and then 7614... Just like $10^{-3}$ is 0,001 – Łukasz Deryło Jul 13 '18 at 8:28