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### Day 8 scientific notation

1. 1. 1 Do Now AIM: Scientific Notation
2. 2. 2 Calculator Permission Slips Due no Later then Friday • When you return the slip I will give you a calculator!
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4. 4. 4 Anticipatory Set: Answer the following question with a complete sentence. 1.) How did the video yesterday explain how to use negative exponents with scientific notation?
5. 5. 5 Write the following numbers in scientific notation. 1.) 0.0056 2.) 0.00003 3.) 0.004302 4.) 0.0002 5.) 0.00000404 6.) 0.00000009
6. 6. 6 Think-Pair-Share Activity: Translate the following from Scientific Notation to Standard Notation. 7.) 6.0 X 10-3 8.) 7.4 X 10-2 9.) 9.3 X 10-5 10.) 3.0 X 10-4
7. 7. 7 11.) 4.5 X 10-1 12.) 5.0 X 10-5 13.) 6.0 X 105 14.) 7.8 X 100
8. 8. 8 Extra Practice
9. 9. 9 16.) Gold leaf is pure gold hammered to a thickness of 0.0000035 inches. Write this number in scientific notation. 17.) Many Protozoa, which are single celled organism, are about 5.0 X 10-3 centimeters long. Write this number in standard form.
10. 10. 10 Describe the similarities and differences between scientific notation involving positive exponents and scientific notation involving negative exponents. BEFORE YOU LEAVE Similarities Differences
11. 11. 11 Homework: Homework Sheet Mr. Tjersland's Math 7
12. 12. 12 AIM: Scientific Notation 1.) 0.0056 2.) 0.00003 11.) 4.5 X 10-1 12.) 5.0 X 10-5