Scientific Notation and Significant Figures
In this scientific notation worksheet, students practice calculations using scientific notation and being sure to have the correct number of significant figures. This worksheet has 17 problems to solve.
10th - 12th Math 13 Views 31 Downloads
Scientific Notation, Significant Figures and the Factor-Label Method of Solving Problems
In this scientific notation, significant figures, and factor-label method, students solve 1 problem where they perform mathematical functions and identify their answer in scientific notation with the proper number of significant figures....
9th - 12th Science
New Review Integer Exponents, Scientific Notation and Volume
A one-stop resource for exponents, square and cube roots, scientific notation, and volume formulas guides learners through properties of exponents. As they learn to apply these properties to operations with scientific notation,...
7th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
New Review The Effects of Earth’s Upper Atmosphere on Radio Signals
Assist your class with understanding how Earth's atmosphere is affected by radio signals. They discuss current knowledge of radio waves and construct an aluminum screen to mimic the effects of the ionosphere. They continue the lesson by...
8th - 12th Science
How Do You Convert From Scientific Notation to Decimal Notation?
The instructor demonstrates how to convert a number written in scientific notation to a decimal number. An example is given for a number with a positive exponent, and an example is given for a number with a negative exponent.
3 mins 6th - 12th Math
How Do You Multiply Two Numbers Using Scientific Notation?
Numbers with lots of zeros, lots and lots of zeros. Decimal points to the left and decimal points to the right. Now multiply these numbers. Daunting. There's a shorter way to do it, use scientific notation. The teacher demonstrates just...
2 mins 7th - 10th Math
How Do You Convert From Decimal Notation to Scientific Notation?
The instructor demonstrates how to convert a number written in decimal form to scientific notation. An example is given for a number with a positive exponent and an example is given for a number with a negative exponent.
3 mins 6th - 12th Math
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