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Practice with Expressing Numbers in Scientific Notation

Unit 3: How Big? How Small?
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT express very large and very small numbers in scientific notation. They will also be able to convert a number in scientific notation to standard form.

Big Idea: Students get extra practice changing numbers from standard form to scientific notation and back so they can eventually perform operations with them.

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