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Ch 5: ISTEP+ Grade 8 Math: Scientific Notation

About This Chapter

Watch the lessons in this chapter to improve your understanding of scientific notation and prepare for related questions on the ISTEP+ Grade 8 - Mathematics exam.

ISTEP+ Grade 8 Math: Scientific Notation - Chapter Summary

In this series of lesson videos, our expert instructors will help you improve your understanding of scientific notation and how to use it. These lessons are mobile device compatible, so if you have access to a mobile device you have a portable way to study:

  • The concept of scientific notation
  • Steps in converting between standard and scientific notation
  • How to read scientific notations on different devices

In addition to watching these lessons, you can reinforce your retention of the information presented in them by reading the lesson transcripts. Then test your understanding of the material by completing the lesson quizzes. Use the results from these assessments to discover the topics you don't know, and use the video tags to return to the parts of the lessons that explained them.

ISTEP+ Grade 8 Math: Scientific Notation Objectives

You will take the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress Plus (ISTEP+) Grade 8 Mathematics exam to demonstrate what you have learned from your math class. It is a two part exam. The first part is an applied-skills assessment administered in March. The second part is a multiple-choice assessment administered in April or May. Twelve to twenty-two percent of the material in this exam will measure your knowledge of number sense and computation. The objective of this chapter is to help you prepare for questions that ask you about scientific notation.

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