Final project- Multiplying Scientific Notation
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Today we are learning about multiply scientific notation!
Have you ever heard about this??
4 x 10^4 2 x 10^3 4 x 2 = 8 10^4 plus 10^3 = 10^7 So the answer is 8 x 10^7
No, but we want to!
REMEMBER LARS! If your number is higher than 10 you need to move the decimal left and add however many places you moved the decimal on to the exponent!
To start, you first need to multiply the rational number. Next, you need to add the exponets and all thats left is to put it into proper notation!
(4 x 10^4) (2 x 10^3)
Solve this problem using the steps you just learned--
If your number is lower than one you have to move the decimal to the right and subtract however many places you moved from your exponent!!
Wow! This is so much fun!
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