Scientific Notation -- Getting Ready to Add/Subtract

Remember: This lesson practices changing numbers that are inscientific notation so that they can be added or subtracted to other numbers in scientific notation. Scientific Notation Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 4.51 x 10 ^{4 }=x 10 ^{3}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 2.56 x 10 ^{9 }=x 10 ^{6}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 3.4 x 10 ^{7 }=x 10 ^{6}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 4.251 x 10 ^{-}^{4 }=x 10 ^{-2}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 6.07 x 10 ^{6 }=x 10 ^{8}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 9.254 x 10 ^{9 }=x 10 ^{8}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 5.35 x 10 ^{3 }=x 10 ^{4}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 3 x 10 ^{2 }=x 10 ^{5}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 2.12 x 10 ^{5 }=x 10 ^{7}Change the number so that it has the power of 10 that is given. 4.51 x 10 ^{4 }=x 10 ^{3} |

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