Write whole numbers and decimals in scientific notation; apply the rules of exponents to evaluate scientific notation expressions and determine the number of significant digits the result has.
Scientific notation, why it is used, and converting numbers to and from scientific notation.
Recognize the equivalence of decimal numbers in standard form, product form and scientific notation using very small and very large numbers
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Explains how to use scientific notation and carry out calculations involving it.
Converting standard notation to scientific notation
Converting scientific notation to standard notation
Converting Expressions from Standard Form to Scientific Notation
Converting Expressions from Scientific Notation to Standard Form
Simplifying Scientific Notation Expressions Using Exponent Properties Involving Products
Simplifying Scientific Notation Expressions Using Exponent Properties Involving Quotients
Solving Word Problems Involving Scientific Notation Using Exponent Product Properties
Solving Word Problems Involving Scientific Notations Using Exponent Quotient Properties
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Scientific Notation.
To activate prior knowledge, to generate questions about a given topic, and to organize knowledge using a KWL Chart.
Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary words to determine answers using an Ask, Answer, Learn table.
Promote connections between specific points in the concept’s reading and the reader’s personal experiences. Connect text with personal experience in order to deepen understanding and engagement as well as promote class discussion.
Students will understand how scientific notation and exponents are used in the Richter Scale to determine the intensity of earthquakes.
Discover what scientific notation is, why it is useful, and how to apply it to real-world examples of very big and very small numbers.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Scientific Notation.