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P1 03 01 10 Exponents And Scientific Notation

1. 1. Objective: I will be able to solve problems with positive and negative exponents and calculate scientific notation. I will complete 3 out of 4 problems on the exit slip. <br />Warm Up & Announcements (15 min)<br />Exponents (45 min)<br />Notes with Foldable (25)<br />Multiplying, dividing, negatives<br />Matching Game (20)<br />Graphic Organizer on R8<br />Scientific Notation (25 min)<br />Notes (15)<br />Practice Worksheet on R8 (10)<br />Exit Slip (15 min)<br />
2. 2. 03/02/10 Warm Up<br />1. Find the median and mode of these numbers: 11, 15, 72, 15, 44<br />2.<br />3.<br />L8<br />
3. 3. Announcements<br />____________ every day (Except Tuesday) <br /> from 3:10- _______<br />Conferences and 2 for 10<br />CAHSEE Saturday<br />TEST and NOTEBOOK CHECKon Friday<br />Tutoring<br />4:10<br />
4. 4. Test Taking <br />Strategy # 6<br />Answer ALL questions!<br />
5. 5. Exponents and Scientific Notation<br />42<br />exponent<br />33<br />base<br />(-2)4<br />
6. 6. Exponents<br />Name<br />Different Bases<br />Multiplying<br />(with the same base)<br />Dividing<br />(with the same base)<br />Power to Power<br />Negative Exponents<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
7. 7. Rule: If the bases are different there is no shortcut; expand and simplify<br />Different Bases<br />Multiplying<br />(with the same base)<br />Dividing<br />(with the same base)<br />Power to Power<br />Negative Exponents<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
8. 8. Rule: Keep the base and add the exponents<br />.<br />32 35<br />Multiplying<br />(with the same base)<br />Dividing<br />(with the same base)<br />Power to Power<br />Negative Exponents<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
9. 9. Rule: Keep the base and subtract the exponents<br />35<br />32 <br />Dividing<br />(with the same base)<br />Power to Power<br />Negative Exponents<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
10. 10. Rule: Keep the base and multiply the exponents<br />(35)2<br />(b4)7<br />( )<br />3<br />4<br />3<br />Power to Power<br />Negative Exponents<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
11. 11. Rule: NOT a negative number; it is a fraction<br />3-5<br />k-7<br />t-3<br />Negative Exponents<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
12. 12. Rule: always equals one<br />30<br />(k-7)0<br />t0<br />Power of Zero<br />Practice<br />
13. 13. 1.<br />.<br />2.<br />32 35<br /> 33<br />3.<br />4.<br />5.<br />6.<br />7.<br />Practice<br />
14. 14. Exponents<br />Matching<br />Game<br />.<br />a3a5<br />Now <br />YOU <br />Try!<br />a15<br />
15. 15. Scientific Notation<br />6,220,000<br />6.22 x106<br /><br />0.00000622<br />6.22 x10-6<br /><br />
16. 16. Regular Scientific<br />Notation Notation<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
17. 17. Show ALL work!<br />Exit Slip<br /><ul><li>3 out of 4 (5 pts each)
18. 18. You CAN use your notes
19. 19. You canNOTtalk
20. 20. Tape in R8</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Homework
21. 21. Hearts: Put Notebooks </li></ul> in the box<br /><ul><li>Straighten Your Desks</li>