Look at the first number in Part 1. Which number is the base, and which number is the power?
The base is 10 and the power is 7.
Write 107 as a multiplication sentence.
What is 107 equal to?
How would you rewrite
What is the value of 44? How do you know?
Look at the first expression in Part 2. Can you multiply the two
No, you cannot. You can only multiply two exponents when they have the same base.
What is the product of 93 and 97?
What is the quotient of 83 and 86?
Look at the first number in Part 3. Will you need a negative exponent or a positive exponent when you write this number in scientific notation? Why?
Negative exponent; you use negative powers of 10 to represent numbers that are less than 1.
What is 0.0007 in scientific notation?
What is 191,000 in scientific notation?
Three places to the right.
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