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DECIMALS

DECIMALS

DECIMALS. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division. 5. 5. 5. =. =. =. .5. .005. 10. 1000. .05. 100. 999. 1000. ( 1 + same number of zeros as digits in numerator). D. DECIMAL NUMBERS. 1. Decimal System.

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The strange story of: 37.5  1.25

The strange story of: 37.5  1.25

Dividing by a Decimal Number. The strange story of: 37.5  1.25. FIRST … Come up with a QUICK ESTIMATE … 37.5  1.25 looks like it will be close to 37  1 , which would equal just 37.

By mei
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Adding and Subtracting Decimals

Adding and Subtracting Decimals

Adding and Subtracting Decimals. NS 1.0 Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals. . To add decimals. Line up the decimal points and add the columns from right to left. Place a decimal point in the answer directly below the other decimal points. Example 1. 0.64 + 0.39

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Chemistry 1 – McGill Chapter 3 Scientific Measurement

Chemistry 1 – McGill Chapter 3 Scientific Measurement

Chemistry 1 – McGill Chapter 3 Scientific Measurement. WARNING: Learn it now...it will be used all year in Chemistry!!!. 3.1 Qualitative measurements measurements that give results in a descriptive, non-numerical form. Examples:. He is tall. Electrons are tiny. Quantitative measurements

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Reading & writing numbers

Reading & writing numbers

Reading & writing numbers. Numbers can be written in 2 ways – FIGURES or WORDS. FIGURES use 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and may even use – and . Examples include 34, 1063, 0.75, -25. WORDS use letters, and usually take longer to write. Examples include twelve, seventy-one, one million.

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Significant Figures

Significant Figures

Significant Figures. Used to report all precisely known numbers + one estimated digit. Rule #1. Every nonzero digit is significant Examples: 24 = 2 3.56 = 3 7 = 1. Rule #2. Zeros between non-zeros are significant Examples: 7003 = 4 40.9 = 3 . Rule #3.

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Working with Exponents and Scientific Notation

Working with Exponents and Scientific Notation

Today’s Lesson. Working with Exponents and Scientific Notation. Warm-Up Activity. We will warm up today by working with volume. How do you find the volume of the box?. Volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height. V = lwh. height. width. length. x = 2 5 4. •. •.

By kenyon
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Chemistry in Our Lives

Chemistry in Our Lives

Chemistry in Our Lives. Chemistry and Chemicals. What is chemistry ?. Chemistry is the study of substances in terms of Composition What a material it made of Structure How the elementary particles are put together Properties The characteristics of the material

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Multiplying Decimals

Multiplying Decimals

Multiplying Decimals. Example:. 2.7 x 3.5. Step 1. Multiply as you normally would 27 x 35 945. Step 2. Count the number of digits behind a decimal point in the problem. This one has two

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Objective The student will be able to:

Objective The student will be able to:

Objective The student will be able to:. express numbers in scientific and decimal notation. Designed by Skip Tyler, Varina High School. How wide is our universe?. 210,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles (22 zeros)

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Optimus Prime

Optimus Prime

Optimus Prime. ... From a robot into a truck and from a truck into a robot. BUT IT’S STILL THE SAME GUY!!!. Bumblebee. ... From a robot into a car and from a car into a robot. BUT IT’S STILL THE SAME GUY!!!. Ironhide. ... From a robot into a pickup and from a pickup into a robot.

By jory
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Unit 5: Culinary Math and Recipes

Unit 5: Culinary Math and Recipes

Unit 5: Culinary Math and Recipes. The heart of many chefs in the kitchen. What Is Culinary Math?. The same as any other math

By adelaide
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Adding and Subtracting Decimals

Adding and Subtracting Decimals

Adding and Subtracting Decimals. 6 NS 3 Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals. To add decimals. Line up the decimal points and add the columns from right to left. Place a decimal point in the answer directly below the other decimal points. Example 1. 0.64 + 0.39

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How to Read a Thermometer

How to Read a Thermometer

How to Read a Thermometer. A thermometer is an instrument that is used to measure temperature. The temperature of something tells us how hot or cold something is. . Temperature is measured in degrees . is the symbol for degrees. 100. “100 Degrees”.

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Mr Barton’s Maths Notes

Mr Barton’s Maths Notes

Mr Barton’s Maths Notes. Number 11. Standard Form. www.mrbartonmaths.com. What is Standard Form and why do we need it?… How heavy do you reckon the sun is?... I’ll tell you, its about: 2 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 kg

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The Place Value Rap

The Place Value Rap

The Place Value Rap. Music by Ben Jacobs, Lyrics by Tim Bedley This is the 4 th song on the Rockin to the Standards CD. The digits, the digits, they each have a name Memorize ‘ em , Understand ‘ em is the game We start at the decimal, to the left we move Each place is 10 times bigger,

By kaiser
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Metric Equivalents

Metric Equivalents

Metric Equivalents. A can of Coke contains 355 mL. How many liters does that equal? An apple weighs 0.1 kg. What does it weigh in grams or milligrams? A Tylenol or aspirin tablet weighs 250 mg. How many grams or kilograms is that ?. Summary – Metric Equivalents. To convert from:

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Converting Fractions 2

Converting Fractions 2

Converting Fractions 2. we have looked at converting FRACTIONS to DECIMALS. We can also show fractions as PERCENTAGES. PER CENT means OUT OF (per) 100 (cent). 3 4. is 75 % (the symbol for PERCENT). Converting Fractions 2 - PERCENTAGES.

By mickey
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QTS Numeracy Skills Test On-screen questions – topics Play as slideshow in PowerPoint

QTS Numeracy Skills Test On-screen questions – topics Play as slideshow in PowerPoint

Press enter or click left mouse button to move on. QTS Numeracy Skills Test On-screen questions – topics Play as slideshow in PowerPoint. On-screen calculator Mean, Mode, Median Bar charts Cumulative frequency Box and whisker diagrams Conversions Formulae Fractions and Proportion

By manju
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Scientific Notation

Scientific Notation

Scientific Notation. Scientific Notation. In science, we deal with some very LARGE numbers:. 1 mole = 602000000000000000000000. In science, we deal with some very SMALL numbers:. Mass of an electron = 0.000000000000000000000000000000091 kg.

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