Adding and Subtracting in Standard form

Adding and Subtracting in Standard form
Adding and Subtracting in Standard form
Adding and Subtracting in Standard form
Adding and Subtracting in Standard form

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Adding and Subtracting in Standard form

Students learn how to use non-calculator methods to solve addition and subtraction problems involving standard form.  As learning progresses students consider negative powers of ten as well as positive.
Differentiated Learning Objectives
  • All students should be able to use the column method to add numbers written in the form A × 10n where n is greater than 1.
  • Most students should be able use the column method to add numbers written in the form A × 10n where n is an integer.
  • Some students should be able to use non-calculator methods to solve addition and subtraction problems involving standard form.
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