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Scientific Notation Expressed as a number between 0 and 10 times a power of 10. 10 positive - a very large number 10 negative – a very small, fractional number
Write in Scientific Notation 5600000
Write in Scientific Notation 73450000
Write in Scientific Notation 0.0000078
Write in Scientific Notation 37
Write in Scientific Notation 0.045
Write in Scientific Notation 0.000347
Write in Scientific Notation 0.0045 x 10 5
Write in Scientific Notation 86 x 10 5
Write in Scientific Notation 0.0037 x 10 -8
Evaluate – Leave in Scientific Notation
Squares and Square Roots Objective: Students will be able to successfully multiply and simplify expressions using squares and square roots. Warm-Up Evaluate:
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To Start: 10 Points Evaluate:. CHAPTER 4: FACTORS, FRACTIONS, AND EXPONENTS Section 4-8: Exponents and Division.
Roots Rational Numbers Scientific Notation More with Exponents Laws of Exponents
Scientific Notation February 26, 2014 Pages
Vocabulary, Missing Exponents Negative and Zero Rules
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Bell Problem Simplify 13, Use Properties of Exponents Standards: 1.Understand ways of representing numbers 2. Understand how operations are.
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Evaluate numerical expressions
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Goal: Add and subtract rational expressions. Eligible Content: A ADDING AND SUBTRACTING RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS.
Warm-up 1. Add these fractions. 2/3 + 4/5 + 6/7 = 2.Find a common denominator for these two fractions: 7/2x – 5/3x = 22/3 3.Factor Completely. x 2 + 7x.
Algebra 8.4 Scientific Notation.
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