Today for our minimum day we finished our intro to scientific notation today with the last part of Lesson 13.4.

**Homework:**Textbook page 709

Today for our minimum day we finished our intro to scientific notation today with the last part of Lesson 13.4.

Today we learned how to use scientific notation to represent both

Here's a great visualization of the kinds of things for which we'd need scientific notation to measure or count. Notice the base 10 power in the lower right corner?

Today we finished our look at exponent properties with a look at negative and zero exponents in Lesson 13.3.

This now completes all six of the exponent rules that you need to memorize and be able to use to solve and simplify a variety of problems. You'll find all six in the graphic on this post. Study, study, study; practice, practice, practice!

- Product Rule of Powers
- Quotient Rule of Powers
- Power to a Power Rule
- Negative Exponent Rule
- One Power Rule
- Zero Power Rule

We visited the Math Fair today! I hope you all had fun looking at the projects and seeing some of the applications they found for what we do in class every day.

Here is this weeks Extra Credit:

Here is this weeks Extra Credit:

Today we investigated multiplying and dividing powers in Lesson 13.2. Don't forget to complete any unfinished classwork from today. Problems 2, 3, and 4 were assigned in class.

We learned about powers and exponents today in Lesson 13.1.

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