Patterns for powers of 10 - open this PDF using DocAS and annotate your findings.
Move the decimal point so that the resulting number is greater than or equal to 1, but less than 10.
Multiply this number by the power of 10 whose exponent represents the number of PLACES you moved the decimal point.
Check out the rules in action and try some sample problems! learn to convert standard notation to scientific notation
Converting "Big" Numbers Using Scientific Notation
Time to Practice!
Scientific Notation for "Small" Numbers
Practice Time!
Ordering and Comparing Numbers in Scientific Notation
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A "Prezi" to Introduce Scientific Notation Scientific Notation Introduction KLMS
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