Calculators with Scientific Notation

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Kids these days don’t know how to use a calculator to do scientific notation. This lesson shows how to do so using several different commonly used models.


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I like the fact that this teacher complains at the first time then tells us to bring a

Symond Henry Lungtiawia says:

Hey did you try to show off your calculator

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But tell atleast how to avoid this divide problem

Monalisa Scarlett says: really helped

Spirit Ofyore says:

Your negativity overshadows the lesson being taught.

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you talk to much.

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It’s very unfortunate, that there are teachers like you, that speak to people, students this way.

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Chloe Johnston says:

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marianne reid says:

I missed how to do the negative exponent on the TI. that’s the only thing I needed!

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