## Baseball 76 mm in diameter.jpg - Section 2: Mystery Bags

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# How big is that?

Unit 3: Scale of the Universe: Fluency and Applications
Lesson 18 of 22

## Big Idea: The only way to work fluently with large numbers is by using your number sense and the laws of exponents.

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Math, Scalars, volume (3-D Geom), diameter (Determining Measurements), Size, unit conversions (within a system), radius
60 minutes

### Shaun Errichiello

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