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Ch 14: ASSET Numerical Skills Test: Scientific Notation

About This Chapter

Get ready for the ASSET Numerical Skills Test by brushing up on your mathematical knowledge. This chapter contains convenient video lessons that can reinforce what you've learned about scientific notation in your math classes.

ASSET Numerical Skills Test: Scientific Notation - Chapter Summary

Advance your understanding of scientific notation and increase the likelihood that you'll correctly answer corresponding questions on the ASSET Numerical Skills Test. The chapter provides a step-by-step explanation of how scientific notation works. As a result, you could understand more about the process of solving problems that involve numbers that are extremely big or small. The chapter reviews how to put numbers in order and make certain that the powers are identical. Look at this chapter's videos for help with:

  • Writing numbers in scientific notation
  • Switching numbers from standard to scientific notation
  • Determining the larger or smaller of numbers in scientific notation
  • Completing practice problems

Accessed online with your tablet or other mobile device, each of these animated lessons offers in-depth information about the fundamentals of scientific notation. Your instructors are real-life education professionals. They not only narrate the video lessons, but can answer the questions on scientific notation that you submit. The fun lessons are short and can be studied alongside your regular school assignments. They include five-question quizzes and a practice examination that will evaluate your progress.

ASSET Numerical Skills Test: Scientific Notation Chapter Objectives

ACT, Inc, developed several basic skills tests in order to determine students' level of achievement in major academic content areas. This includes the ASSET Numerical Skills Test as well as reading and writing assessments. The written ASSET Numerical Skills Test has 32 multiple-choice questions, and administrators impose a 25-minute time limit on the assessment. Display your understanding of scientific notation, prime numbers, square roots and other topics when completing the Numerical Skills Test.

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