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Touch Natural Numbers

Exponents (Math 6) 
Android 
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With this app you can:

About Exponents

Exponents (Math 6) 
Flash 
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A Flash applet that reviews the definition of exponents, and what happens when the exponent is one or zero. College Cram charges access fees by the month or by the semester for most resources. To ...
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Scientific Notation

Exponents (Math 6) 
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By moving a decimal point to the right or left and multiplying by an appropriate power of 10, you can write a decimal number in many equivalent forms. Use this tool to explore equivalent forms of deci...
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Power Cards

Exponents (Math 6) 
Java Applet 
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This site uses a puzzle to motivate learning about binary numbers and other bases. How does the computer guess the number you choose? How can you guess the number someone else chooses?
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Power Cards  Solution

Exponents (Math 6) 
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This site explains the Power Cards puzzle to and teaches about binary numbers and other bases.
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Exponents

Exponents (Math 6) 
JavaScript 
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The user learns some basic rules about exponents and how to write in scientific notation. After viewing some examples, users can interactively practice doing simple operations with exponents.
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Exponents

Exponents (Math 6) 
PowerPoint 
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This is a PowerPoint lesson on exponents designed with the middle schooler in mind. The lesson uses color, sound, and animation to effectively illustrate necessary concepts and procedures. An analog...
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Million Dollar Mission

Exponents (Math 6) 
Spreadsheet 
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This is the famous "doubling pennies" problem. Students will study exponential growth. The activity is designed for students to work independently, or in groups with guidance from the teacher.
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