Orders of Magnitude? Will Medal and Fan!

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Hello!

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Hey, I don't get Orders of Magnitude. Help?

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definition or the principle?

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How to do it, step by step explanation.

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Are you sure this is math?

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Yes.

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Ok

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@triciaal Help with Orders of Magnitude?

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@Hero

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These two videos will help you tremendously

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https://www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/exponents-radicals/orders-of-magnitude/v/orders-of-magnitude-exercise-example-1

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https://www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/exponents-radicals/orders-of-magnitude/v/orders-of-magnitude-exercise-example-2

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It says pop-up blocked, when I click un-block it turns black. I can't access videos.

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@BishopPatton

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cK1egPBjJXE

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaoJmvqU3FI

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That will work

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Just the beginning is confusing. I need step-by-step help.

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I don't understand it :/

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@beginnersmind Do you know about Orders of Magnitude?

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@misty_fox

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@misty_fox I need help please.

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Orders of Magnitude?

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You should post an example with and tell exactly where you are stuck.

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If numbers differ by 1 order of magnitude, x is about ten times different in quantity than y. If values differ by 2 orders of magnitude, they differ by a factor of about 100. Two numbers of the same order of magnitude have roughly the same scale: the larger value is less than ten times the smaller value.

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I know the definition I need step-by-step help.

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How do I screenshot again?

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I think lightshot is a good way, or snipping tool

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDzU536zXtg

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Hold up, giving a screenshot.

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Here is problem.
What is 16,700,000,000,000,000 estimated as the product of a single digit and a power of 10?
A. 2x10^16
B. 2x10^15
C. 1x10^16
D. 1x10^16

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The answer is 1.67x19^16 so in this case it's 2x10^16.
(i looked it up i suck at math) >.<

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I got it right because I looked it up too ^///^ I already did it, I just failed that's why I am asking.

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I wanted to help even tho i didn't barely understand it myself XD cri

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@LynFran Orders of Magnitude help?

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Thanks anyway @misty_fox I fanned for attempted help!

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Tank chu x3

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No problem.

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do you still need help with scientific notation?

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Yes @triciaal

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