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# QR Websites

We have compiled a collection of internet resources and activities that can be useful in teaching particular aspects of numeracy. If you know of websites you would like us to add to the collection, just use the simple submission form to tell us about them. You can also share activities of your own with other faculty interested in QR.

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A page helping students think about scientific notation by listing real-world examples fitting various orders of magnitude.

Printable worksheet with many easy scientific notation conversions. No multiplication or division problems; answers are included.

Excellent Lecture with interesting data. Scientific Notation Word Problems at the bottom of site.

In addition to a PowerPoint lecture, this site offers various scientific notation practice problems.

This site is wordy, but it has an excellent number of problems for students to solve.

This site is fun--it teaches students how to say really big numbers :)

This site offers a general and more complex explanation of scientific notation (pertaining to multiplication and division). The site also provides a calculator that provides questions and checks the ...

Students are asked to put numbers into scientific notation in this quiz. If the student wants, he/she can also answer multiplication, division, addition, or subtraction problems. Answers are checked ...

This quiz asks students to put numbers into scientific notation. It is a bit more fun, because students can time themselves (see how many questions they can get in 1 minute).

Activity One: Give students various numbers in standard notation. Have students arrange themselves in order from least to greatest value. Activity Two: Write a number in scientific notation on a note ...