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Ch 25: THEA Test: Scientific Notation

About This Chapter

With this chapter, you can gain the insight you need to tackle questions related to scientific notation on the THEA test. Watch short videos and take lesson quizzes to increase your chances of success on the exam.

THEA Test: Scientific Notation - Chapter Summary

If you haven't explored scientific notation in a while, you might feel intimidated by the thought of tackling this subject area on the THEA test. To ease your mind as you study, review the videos in this chapter. In no time, you'll be prepared to:

  • Define and discuss the rules of scientific notation
  • Convert numbers from standard notation to scientific notation and back
  • Exhibit how to convert any number to scientific notation
  • Compare numbers that are written in scientific notation
  • Complete problems that address scientific notation

Use the lessons to develop or add to your existing study guide. Enjoy the process of reviewing the lessons in their video format, then highlight or take notes on lesson transcripts you print to ensure you fully understand this chapter.

THEA Test: Scientific Notation Objectives

The topics in this THEA Test: Scientific Notation chapter can help you prepare to tackle questions found in the math section of the exam which consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. Students take the test when attempting to enter a Texas public college or university as a freshman. To increase your chances of admission, you must earn a minimum score of 230 on the math section.

You can prepare for scientific notation questions by exploring the lessons in this chapter as well as taking short self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam. Ask any questions you have about lesson topics to our experts who are eager to offer assistance.

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