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Exponents

Exponents

Exponents. The E in PEMDAS. Exponents. Exponents are used everyday you may just not know it. 3 2 is an exponent but which number is verified as an exponent? The two! So in the numbers below what are the exponents? 4 2 3 5 8 3

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“Guzinta”

“Guzinta”

“Guzinta”. By Troy Pomeroy Horace Mann Middle School. Why use Divisibility Rules?. Ever wonder if 3 “guzinta” (goes into) numbers like 75235? How would you find out? Would you have to divide 75235 by 3? Would a calculator help? What if you wanted to check to see if 7 “guzinta” 75235?

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Sum-of-Years’-Digits Example

Sum-of-Years’-Digits Example

Sum-of-Years’-Digits Example. Assume depreciable asset is a car with:. 4 year useful life Original cost of $22,000 Salvage Value of $7,000. First, compute Depreciable Base = Cost – Salvage Value. = $22,000 - $7,000. = $15,000. Then, depreciate base x Sum of Years’ Digits Multiplier.

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Digits

Digits

Digits. 3. 9. 0. 6. 7. 8. 4. 5. 1. 2. 7. 8. 9. 0. 6. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. Letters. Echo. Delta. Whiskey. Kilo. Sierra. Tango. Uniform. X-ray. Juliet. Charlie. Quebec. Papa. Zulu. Romeo. Foxtrot. India. Lima. Victor. Yankee. Golf. Hotel. November. Bravo. Oscar.

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Digits to Digits (D2D) April 2014

Digits to Digits (D2D) April 2014

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. Objective. SWBAT Determine the correct number of significant digits in a number. Rule 1. Digits other than zero are always significant. Examples: 98765 5 sig. figs. 1.56 3 sig. figs. Rule 2. Any final zero or zeros used after the decimal point are significant.

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. How do you determine where to round off your answers?. Counting Significant Digits. 1. A nonzero digit is always significant. 2. Zeros between nonzero digits are always significant. 3. Zeros at the beginning of a number are never significant.

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Digits Task

Digits Task

Digits Task. NC Level 3 to 6. Digits Task 1. Use these cards to make true statements. Like this one: Can you find a way to use all the cards in one statement? Can you find all the possible ways to use the cards?. http://nrich.maths.org/175. Home. Digits Task 2.

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. What are significant digits?. The significant digits in a measurement consist of all the digits known with certainty plus one final digit, which is uncertain or is estimated. For example: Study the diagram below.

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. Ch 1 Notes. Significant Digits. Why pay attention to significant digits? (Essential Question) Used to round measured values when involved in calculations Used to guarantee that the calculated values are not shown to be more precise than the measurements.

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. “The lost and puzzling art of the ancient world”. Okay, so there really isn’t anything strange or puzzling about sig digs (or significant figures, sig figs, are they’re also called by lesser physicists), and I’m certain they weren’t developed in ancient China.

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. Unit 1 – pp 56 – 59 of your book Mrs. Callender. Significant Digit Rules. 1. All nonzero numbers are significant. 1.345 g has 4 significant digits. 2. Zeros between nonzero numbers are significant. . 1.05 g has 3 significant digits.

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