In this activity students have to match each of six numbers with three equivalent numbers (which all have powers of 10 in them). It is a straightforward activity if the students know a little bit about powers of 10 and it is a good introduction to standard form.
There is only one with a negative power of 10, and 10 to the power of 0 makes a cameo appearance.
It is a good paired-student activity. A suggestion is to get the students to use this idea to make their own similar problems or to even produce another similar sheet.