Scientific Notation: Part II VIDEO LESSON

Scientific Notation: Part II
Measurement Unit - Video Lesson #8

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Scientific Notation: Part II (34:31 min)
• Significant Figures in Sci. Not.
• Sci. Not. Calculations in the Calculator
o Using EE/E (x10) in the calculator
• Simple Multiplication and Division Sci. Not. Calculation by Hand (No Calculator)
• Introduction to Addition and Subtraction Sci. Not. Calculation by Hand (No Calculator)

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