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## Use exponential notation to represent repeated multiplication of whole numbers. 0506.2.10

1. Calculating with Scientific Notation - explanation, several examples and links to a large number of worksheets at the bottom of the page [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
2. Converting Numbers to Scientific Notation - AAA Math lesson and practice problems &
3. Converting Standard Numbers to Scientific Notation - instruction and review, practice, and a quiz &
4. Converting from Scientific Notation to Standard Numbers - instruction and review, practice, and a quiz &
5. Comparing Scientific and Standard Notation Numbers - instruction and review, practice, and a quiz &
6. Converting Decimal Numbers to Scientific Notation - instruction and review, practice, and a quiz &
7. Converting from Scientific Notation to Decimal Numbers - instruction and review, practice, and a quiz &
8. Converting Fractions to Scientific Notation - instruction and review, practice, and a quiz &
9. Cube of a Number - AAA Math lesson and practice problems &
10. Division Using Scientific Notation - two examples and seven practice problems
11. Evaluating Exponents of Negative Numbers - AAA Math lesson and practice problems &
12. Exponential Expressions - find the exponential expression that is equivalent to the number given
13. Exponent Practice - Try a workout of 10 problems. If you get at least 8 correct on your first attempt, then you're ready to move on. If not, review "In Depth" and try again.
14. Exponents - Unit 3 from Ms. Glosser's Math Goodies
15. Interactive Algebra Review on Integer Exponents [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
16. Multiplication and Division Problems Using Scientific Notation - two examples and seven practice problems
17. Multiplication in Scientific Notation - four examples and seven practice problems
18. Practice Test - determine if the number is written in scientific notation [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
19. Practice with Scientific Notation - Pencil and paper may be needed - (answers provided) [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
20. Scientific Notation - explanation from New York University's MathMol page
21. Scientific Notation - Why your wrist (or keyboard) will thank you for not writing all those zeros.
22. Scientific Notation - interactive practice
23. Scientific Notation Problem Generator - either the scientific notation or standard notation representation of a number will be shown. Put the corresponding value(s) in the empty cell(s) and press "Check Answer".
24. Scientific Notation Quiz - click on a number in one column and then click on the corresponding number in the other column
25. Scientific Notation Quiz - This quiz is designed to test your reading comprehension and understanding of scientific notation.
26. Scientific Notation Worksheet - eight numbers to convert to scientific notation followed by eight numbers in scientific notation to convert to standard notation, no answer key
27. Scientific Notation Worksheets - four levels of difficulty are available
28. Scientific Notation Worksheets - two-step process to customize worksheets, answer sheet available
29. Simplifying - Expressions that have had their like terms combined. Match each expression on the left with an expression on the right. Type the letter of the correct expression in the box.
30. Symbols of Inclusion - simplify each expression and choose the correct comparison symbol
31. WebQuest: Scientific Notation - lesson plan in WebQuest format
32. Worksheets for Multiplying and Dividing in Scientific Notation - from Math Teacher's Assistant

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