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1.1 | 7 | 700 | |||
32 | ||
236 | ||
986 |
3 200 | |
98 600 |
1.2 | 6 | 6 000 | |||
27 | ||
53 | ||
719 |
27 000 | |
53 000 | |
719 000 |
1.3 | 4 | |
19 | ||
236 |
400 000 | |
1 900 000 | |
23 600 000 |
2. 2.1 20 000 + 9 000 = 29 000
2.2 160 000 + 1 200 = 158 800
2.3 700 000 = 4 000 000 = 4 700 000
2.4 8 000 000 + 160 000 = 7 840 000
1. Let us see whether you are able to apply your knowledge of powers of 10 correctly. Complete the following flow diagrams:
1.1
1.2
1.3
2. Work together with a friend and calculate:
2.1 (2 x 10 ^{4} ) + (9 x 10 ^{3} ) = ____________ + ____________ = ____________
2.2 (16 x 10 ^{4} ) + (12 x 10 ^{2} ) = ___________ + ____________ = ____________
2.3 (7 x 10 ^{5} ) + (4 x 10 ^{6} ) = ____________ + ____________ = ____________
2.4 (8 x 10 ^{6} ) + (16 x 10 ^{4} ) = ____________ + ____________ = ____________
3. Check your answers with a calculator.
CAN YOU STILL REMEMBER?
Explain to a friend how you can programme a calculator to multiply in powers of 10.
Learning Outcome 2: The learner will be able to recognise, describe and represent patterns and relationships, as well as to solve problems using algebraic language and skills.
Assessment Standard 2.3: We know this when the learner determines output values for given input values, or input values for given output values, using:
2.3.2: flow diagrams.
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