Teaching Guide
I. Topic: Scientific Notation
II. Objectives:
To be able to fully understand the lesson, the student must learn: a. the definition of scientific notation
b. the purpose of scientific notation
c. how to make a number in scientific notation and vice versa III. Motivation: Recalling the names of numbers by its number of zeroes IV. Lesson Proper:
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