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Negative and Zero Exponents – Pre Algebra
This is a video math lesson discussing negative and zero exponents. The examples in this lesson model how to simplify expressions with negative and zero exponents. Lesson 4.6.
This is is a two part video math lesson discussing negative and zero exponents. Negative and zero exponents are defined in a general manner. The examples in this lesson model how to simplify expressions with negative and zero exponents. Lesson 4.6.
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Numbers like 152,000,000,000 and 0.0000000000456 are good examples of numbers that would be expressed using scientific notation. Also, this lesson models how to multiply numbers in scientific notation. 4.7
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Numbers like 152,000,000,000 and 0.0000000000456 are good examples of numbers that would be expressed using scientific notation. Also, this lesson models how to multiply numbers in scientific notation. 4.7
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