8.2 notes - notation 1) 267,000 2) 46,205,000 3) 0.00035 4)...

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Section 8.1 Scientific Notation
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Objectives Convert numbers from scientific notation to standard notation Convert numbers from standard notation to scientific notation
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Scientific Notation Scientists often work with very small or very large numbers. To make these numbers easier to write, they have a special kind of notation that uses powers of ten. n = a = n a 10 ×
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Examples : 4 10 2 . 1 × 5 10 87 . 3 - ×
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Are each of these examples in scientific notation? 1) 2) 3) 98 10 70 × 7 10 1987 . 3 - × 4 10 8 . 0 - ×
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Write each number in scientific
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Unformatted text preview: notation 1) 267,000 2) 46,205,000 3) 0.00035 4) 0.000000000923 Write each number in standard notation: 1) 2) 3 10 2 . 3 3 10 07803 . 5- How do you remember which direction to move the decimal? How can we use numbers in scientific notation in calculations? Simplify. Write your answer in scientific notation. (DO NOT DISTRIBUTE) ( 29 4 10 4 7 ( 29 6 10 2 . 1 3 .- ( 29 7 10 3 4 .- Homework page 402 (1-21 odd), 29, 30...
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8.2 notes - notation 1) 267,000 2) 46,205,000 3) 0.00035 4)...

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