Applying Scientific Notation - Formative Assessment Lesson Completed

Unit 2: Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 17 of 19

Objective: Students will be able to estimate lengths of everyday objects, convert between decimal and scientific notion, and make comparisons of the size of numbers expressed in both decimal and scientific notation.

Big Idea: Engage students in a collaborative card match activity that applies decimal and scientific notion to estimate lengths of common objects.

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Math, exponents / powers, 8th grade math, scientific notation, Operations in Scientific notation, master teacher
  50 minutes
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