Exponent Applications Worksheet

Exponent Applications Worksheet - MPM 1D1 Mrs. Magolon...

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MPM 1D1 Mrs. Magolon Brown Applications of Exponents Worksheet 1. Express using scientific notation. a) 2300 b) 135 000 c) 0.085 d) 0.002 37 e) 12 000 000 f) 125 g) 0.000 008 54 h) 765 234 i) 1 234 000 j) 23 004 k) 0.000 000 04 l) 222 002 2. Express in standard form. a) 1.2 x 10 2 b) 2.567 x 10 5 c) 1.345 x 10 -2 d) 2.49 x 10 7 e) -3.678 x 10 5 f) 1.25 x 10 0 g) 6.712 x 10 -1 h) 2.85 x 10 -4 i) -2.456 x 10 6 j) 2.34004 x 10 -3 k) 5.0 x 10 5 l) -6.0 x 10 -6 3. Evaluate. Answer as a fraction. a) 3 5 2 b) 2 4 3 - c) 4 3 2 d) 0 8 3 e) 2 7 4 f) 3 2 1 - - 4. A colony of 6 million bacteria is growing in a petri dish. The population, P, after t hours is given by t x P ) 2 )( 10 6 ( 6 = . a) What is the initial population of the bacteria colony? b) How long will it take for the population to double? c) What is the population after 4 h?
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