# 'Scientific notation' presentation slideshows

## Scientific Notation with Positive Powers of 10

Scientific Notation with Positive Powers of 10. Warm Up Simplify each expression. How many places to the left did you move the decimal point to write 41,200 in scientific notation ? What is the exponent on 10 when you write 41,200 in scientific notation?.

By mike_john
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## Chapter 1 Our Place in the Universe

Chapter 1 Our Place in the Universe. 1.1 A Modern View of the Universe. Our goals for learning:. What is our place in the universe? How did we come to be? How can we know what the universe was like in the past? Can we see the entire universe?. 1) What is this?. Star.

By daniel_millan
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## Negative Exponents Scientific Notation for Small Numbers

Negative Exponents Scientific Notation for Small Numbers. Lesson 51 Power Up k Page 346. Negative Exponents. Negative Exponents. Example 1. Find the missing exponents:. Example 2. Example 3. Practice Problems. Scientific Notation for Small Numbers. 1. Small Number (numbers less than 1)

By Mia_John
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## International System Of Units (Metric System)

International System Of Units (Metric System). Types of Measurements. 1- QUALITATIVE MEASUREMENTS: observations of reactions — changes in color and physical state. 2- QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENTS : which involve numbers . Use SI units — based on the metric system.

By MikeCarlo
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## Chapter 3 Review “Scientific Measurement”

Chapter 3 Review “Scientific Measurement”. Pre-AP Chemistry Charles Page High School Stephen L. Cotton. Chapter 3 Review. A cubic meter is about the same as the volume occupied by a: a) basketball arena, or b) washing machine?

By payton
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## CH. 2 - MEASUREMENT

CH. 2 - MEASUREMENT. I. Using Measurements (p. 44 - 57). A. Accuracy vs. Precision. Accuracy - how close a measurement is to the accepted value Precision - how close a series of measurements are to each other. ACCURATE = CORRECT PRECISE = CONSISTENT. your value. accepted value.

By yale
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## Significant Figures & Scientific Notation

Significant Figures & Scientific Notation. Physics. Significant Figures. Indicate accuracy of measurements Several rules for # of significant figures.. Non-zero digits are always significant. Any zeros between two significant digits are significant.

By sabine
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## Significant Digits

Significant Digits. Non-zero digits are always significant 291 has three significant digits 29.18 has four significant digits Zeroes placed before other digits are not significant 0.095 has two significant digits Zeroes placed between other digits are always significant

By osanna
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## Methods of Counting Bacteria

Methods of Counting Bacteria. Direct microscopic Most probable number Standard plate count Coulter counter Turbidity (optical density) – this is an indirect method. Standard Plate Count.

By christmas
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## Chapter 1 introduction to science

The Nature of Science. Chapter 1 introduction to science. Objective. COS 12.0 Identify the metric units used for mass, temperature, time and length (distance). What is science?.

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## Multiplying and Dividing

Multiplying and Dividing. By: Jenny Erickson. Multiplying in Scientific Notation. Multiplying…. The general format for multiplying is as follows… (N x 10 x )(M x 10 y ) = (N)(M) x 10 x+y First multiply the N and M numbers together and express an answer.

By thy
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## Chemistry 1 – McGill Chapter 3 Scientific Measurement

Chemistry 1 – McGill Chapter 3 Scientific Measurement. WARNING: Learn it now...it will be used all year in Chemistry!!!. 3.1 Qualitative measurements measurements that give results in a descriptive, non-numerical form. Examples:. He is tall. Electrons are tiny. Quantitative measurements

By Jims
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## ASTR 100: Survey of Astronomy

ASTR 100: Survey of Astronomy. "We are explorers. Our curiosity propels us to push the frontiers of human possibility and imagination. This is the core of NASA's mission - We dare to explore." - Michael D. Griffin         Former NASA Administrator         April, 2008.

By winola
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## Do Now 12/16/09

Do Now 12/16/09. Take out your HW from Monday & Tuesday. Text p. 202, #16-50 evens, 56 & 58 Practice worksheet 4.6 B evens Punchline worksheet #64 Copy HW in your planner. Text p. 207, #14-34 evens, #40-50 evens

By garran
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## Chemistry Unit 1

Chemistry Unit 1. Scientific Notation and Metrics. Scientific Notation. Working with very big and very small numbers A whole number and a decimal multiplied by a power of 10 Examples: 6.5 x 10 9 3.4 x 10 10 8 x 10 -3. Converting to scientific notation. Move the decimal 5,400,000.0

By prosper
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## AP Physics 1

AP Physics 1. Agenda for Today. Course Introduction General Announcements Structure of the course Scope of the course Begin chapter 1 Course Homepage: http://physicsgbhs.weebly.com/. General Announcements. Assignments : Text: Glencoe Science: Physics Principles and Problems

By tara
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## Welcome to Ms. Raines Class

1 st day opener Sign up for class remind with the app find Honors Chemistry with code: @h-chemsem1 Or text @h-chemsem1 to 81010. Welcome to Ms. Raines Class. Day 1 - Agenda. Opener: Sign up for remind (see dry erase board) Receive/Review: Syllabus,

By bing
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## Introduction to Significant Figures &

Introduction to Significant Figures &. Scientific Notation. Significant Figures. Scientist use _______________ to determine how _______________ a measurement is. Significant digits in a measurement include all of the _______________ plus one _______________ . For example….

By brit
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## Unit 2:SCIENTIFIC MEASUREMENT

Unit 2:SCIENTIFIC MEASUREMENT. OBJECTIVES (Don’t Copy!) Convert Between Standard Notation to Scientific Notation Identify Significant Figures & Uncertainty in Measurements Perform Operations with Significant Figures Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division

By coye
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