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Do Now 2/16/10. Take out HW from last week. Punchline worksheets 11.6 & 11.7 Copy HW in your planner. Text p. 515, #4-52 multiples of 4 Quiz Sections 8.3 & 8.4 tomorrow Chapter 8 Test (8.1-8.4) Friday

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Do Now 2/16/10

  • Take out HW from last week.

    • Punchline worksheets 11.6 & 11.7

  • Copy HW in your planner.

    • Text p. 515, #4-52 multiples of 4

    • Quiz Sections 8.3 & 8.4 tomorrow

    • Chapter 8 Test (8.1-8.4) Friday

  • In your notebook, write the number one billion and one million as a number. Then multiply the two of them together. What is your answer?


Homework punchline worksheets 11 6 11 7
Homework Punchline worksheets 11.6 & 11.7

“What Did Professor Utterbunk Say When Asked: Have You Ever Heard of the Planet Saturn?”

I’M NOT SURE BUT IT HAS A FAMILIAR RING

“What Did People Say After Two Satellite Dishes Got Married?”

THE WEDDING WAS DULL BUT THE RECEPTION WAS GREAT


Objective
Objective

  • SWBAT use scientific notation to represent numbers.


Section 8.4, “Use Scientific Notation”

Scientific notation is a form to write very large or very small numbers.

Did you know that the population of the world is about 5,600,000,000?

Instead of writing this number with so many zeros, you can use the following

form:


Section 8.4, “Scientific Notation”

A number is written in scientific notation

if it has the form:

where c is greater than or equal to 1 but less than 10.

Product form

Standard form

Scientific notation

**HINT: How many spots has the decimal point moved?


Write the number in scientific notation.

1)

2)

Write the number in decimal form.

3)

4)


Multiplying with scientific notation
Multiplying with Scientific Notation

To multiply two numbers that are written in scientific notation,

you can use the rule for multiplying powers with like bases.

Find the product of and

Write the product

Reorder

Multiply

Write in scientific

notation


Evaluate

the quotient.

Write the product

Write in scientific

notation

Decimal form


Evaluate the product.

Find the product of and

Write the product

Reorder

Multiply

Write in scientific

notation

Decimal form


Evaluate

the quotient.

Write the product

Write in scientific

notation

Decimal form


Homework

  • Text p. 515, #4-52 multiples of 4

  • Quiz Sections 8.3 & 8.4 tomorrow

  • Chapter 8 Test (8.1-8.4) Friday


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