Physics

Unit & Dimensions

Part D: Convert the following numbers to "normal notation" (eg, 1000)"
Example: 1x10' = 1000 but 1x10-3 = 0.001
22)
2 x 103 =
23)
2.331 x 105 =
24)
9.51 x 1022 =
25)
5 x 10-3 =
26)
7.6278 x 10-5 =
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Part E: Use a calculator to make the following
calculations. Watch the videos to make sure that you
Using your Calculator ons bamboo
are entering the scientific notation numbers correctly. A. To perform calculations
sin(8)+cos
Try doing the example problem to see if you get the using scientific notation,
1139 154824
correct answer.
you need to use the EE,
EXP, or x10x button.
NOTES: Example:
B. For 3.5x103, you type
1.5 x102 + 2.5 x10-3 = 150.0025 or the answer may
3.5E3
show up in scientific notation on your calculator as
Do not multiply by 10!
1.500025 x102
27) 103 + 105 =
28) (2.51 x 102) + (5.23 x 104) =
29) 104 - 102=
30) (2 x 104)- (7 x 102) =
31) 1012 x 105 =
32) (7.2 x 109) (2.12 x 102) =
33) 10°/ 104 =
34) (2.3 x 10)/ (9.2 x 102) =
Scrambled Answers for 27-34
25,000 or 2.5x104
101,000 or 1.01 x105 100,000 or 1x105
52,551 or
5.2551x104
1x1017
15,264 or
1.5264x104
9,900 or 9.9x103
195,000 or 1.93x105