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Monthly Archives: May 2013
Transposing and Rearranging Formulas
Image Source: http://www.juicingforhealth.com In a previous lesson we showed how to Solve Equations using the work down through the “Onion Skins” Method. Knowledge of that lesson is needed as a background, before doing our lesson on Rearranging Formulas. Click here … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra, Equations, Exponents
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Significant Figures
Image Source: http://img.ehowcdn.com Often our Calculator gives us very long answers which need to be rounded off to have a smaller number of “Significant Figures”. For example, if we measure the Height of all the students in our class, and … Continue reading
Posted in Exponents, Measurement, Rounding Numbers
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Scientific Notation
Image Source: http://wallpaperswa.com “Scientific Notation”, (also referred to as “Standard Form”), is used by Scientists to represent very large numbers, like the Distance between stars and planets, in a much simpler form. It is also used by Geographers and Economists … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra, Exponents, Measurement
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Zero and Negative Exponents
Image Copyright 2013 by Passy’s World of Mathematics In the above screenshot, we are using Adobe Photoshop to shrink down a large digital camera photo to one quarter of its original size. We need to do this so that the … Continue reading
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