## CUBES close reading for math CUBE template.pdf - Section 3: CUBES Strategy

CUBES close reading for math CUBE template.pdf

# Problem Solving with Scientific Notation Part I

Unit 3: How Big? How Small?
Lesson 8 of 12

## Big Idea: Now that students have practiced basic operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) with bare numbers expressed in scientific notation, they are ready to solve problems within a real-world context, especially with a new strategy in their tool

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