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recognizing patterns, exponents and scientific notation

Identify the missing number and the rule: 2, 6, ___, 54, 162,...

Missing number: 18
Rule: x3

Make a pattern. Start with 6 and add 11 to each number in the pattern.

6, 17, 28, 39, 50, 61, 72,...


tells how many times to use the base as a factor


a number that has an exponent attached to it


a number that is multiplied by another number in a multiplication problem.

"the fourth power of 3"


"six to the third power"

Write using an exponent and the given base: 64, base 8

81, base 3


Show using repeated multiplication: 6³

6x6x6 = 216


4x4x4x4 = 256

4² (<,>,=) 15


6 (<,>,=) 3²


List the prefixes for the metric system in order from the largest to the smallest.

K, H, D, Base unit, D, C, M

What is the base unit for length?


What is the base unit for mass?


What is the base unit for volume (capacity)?


Convert 6.2cm to millimeters

62 mm

Convert 5K to meters

5000 m

Convert 3000mL to liters

3 liters

Compare: 1.3kg ____ 1300 gr


The first number written in the form of scientific must be between ___ and ___.

1 and 10

Scientific notation helps us write what?

Very large and very small numbers

Write 3,860,000 in scientific notation

3.86 x 10⁶

Write 3.7 x 10⁹ (the distance from Pluto to the Sun) in standard notation


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