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This quiz focuses on allowing you to demonstrate your skills by finding solutions to practice problems with scientific notation. You will also need to be able to identify scientific notation.

Solve problems involving:

- Writing in scientific notation
- Recognizing scientific notation
- Converting from scientific notation

Some skills you can work on include:

**Reading comprehension**- ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on converting numbers to scientific notation**Problem solving**- use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems that involve converting to scientific notation**Information recall**- access the knowledge you've gained to identify an example of scientific notation

The lesson titled Converting Numbers to Scientific Notation will help you find out more about this subject. This lesson goes over:

- Why scientists started using scientific notation
- Differences in converting very large and very small numbers
- Examples of how conversion should work

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6th-8th Grade Math: Practice & Review55 chapters | 469 lessons

- Converting Numbers to Scientific Notation 5:19
- Identifying Prime & Composite Numbers 5:07
- How to Find the Prime Factorization of a Number 5:36
- Finding the Prime Factorization with Exponents 4:44
- How to Find the Greatest Common Factor 4:56
- How to Find the Least Common Multiple 5:37
- Using Prime Factorizations to Find the Least Common Multiples 7:28
- Word Problems: Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple 4:34
- Go to 6th-8th Grade Math: Number Theory

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