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# OGT Sci Notation

### OGT Math Scientific Notation TI-30XIIS Calculator 18cards 2 slides (try targets)

Question | Answer |
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Which button is used for entering numbers in scientific notation? | EE |

What button do you have to push first to get to the EE button | 2nd |

Scientific Notation form always has __ number to the left of the decimal point | 1 |

You could also use the __ button to enter powers but you need to be careful to use parentheses | carrot |

True or False, the 10 to the x button is used for scientific notation | False, EE |

To take an aswer that is already displayed in scientific notation back to standard form press ___ | 2nd, SCI/ENG, (FLO), enter |

The part of scientific notation before the "times 10 to the power" is between 1 and | 10 |

The power in scientific notation tells you how many places to move the ____ | decimal point |

what button is used to change the sign of a number like when you have to enter a negative power? | (-) |

In Scientific Notation form, negative powers mean the value of the number is ___ | small |

True or false, the number 5.37 times 10 to the negative 13th power is a negative number. | False |

If you were to change the number 500 to scientific notation, the power would be __ | 2 |

If you were to change 6.02 times ten to the 23 power to standard notation, how many places would you move the decimal point? | 23 |

If you had to change 0.00755 to scientific notation, what would the power of ten be? | -3 |

Could the number part before the times 10 to a power be a number like 0.46 ? | No, it could be 4.6 (between 1 and 10) |

Scientific Notation is only for large numbers (true or false) | false |

Negative powers of ten mean to move the decimal point to the __ (right or left) | left |

Positive powers of ten mean to move the decimal point to the __ (right or left) | right |

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JHS