Scientific Notation By: Kenvelle Taylor
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Scientific Notation One rule for Scientific Notation is that any number greater than or equal to 1 but less than 10 can be multiplied by 10. Page 1
Scientific Notation Another rule for Scientific Notation is that when a decimal has a positive exponent the decimal will go to the right by how ever many the exponent is. Page 2
Are you ready for the test?
Thanks. I almost forgot about that rule.
Yes. I just hope that I remember that if you have negative exponents you go to the left.
Example 1: 34.5 x 104 = 34.5 x 10,000=345,000 Example 2: 4.02 x 108 = 4.02 x 100,000,000=402,000,000 Example 3: 0.007 x 105 = 0.007 x 100,000=700
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