Math PracticeWhen we deal with really big numbers, we often use scientific or engineering notation. It's allabout counting how many digits are before or after the decimal point. For example:1,000 1x103 scientific notation 1E3 engineering notation 1EE3 (which is what you have topunch into many calculators)Warning: make sure that your calculator is using either the big E or EE, and not the little e!Your calculator also should understand that 10E2 1E3 1000.25,000 2.5x104 2.5E4 = 25E3Wolt0.0034 3.4x103 = 3.4E-3 Negative powers are for numbers smaller than one!Now do the following calculations.VT1012 x 10-104.w1012 10-105.2x10-12 x 3x1010=5.6. 8x1013 2x106 Math Practice1. Ine picture of the sine wave is usually drawn on horizontal and vertical axes. The horizontalaxis represents an angle, such as 180° degrees. The vertical axis displays the value of what'scalled the sine function. More explicitly: y sin (x)Use a calculator to solve the expressions below. Make sure your calculator is set to degrees or"DEG" mode. (Alternatively, you can use the Google webpage as a calculator by typing in thesearch bar "sine 180 degrees".)sin (0°) =sin (30°) =sin (90°) =sin (120)=sin (180°) =sin (270) =sin (300°) =sin (360°)=I hope you notice that your answers go up and down between -1 and +1. This is how the sinewave gets mapped out! Alternatively, let's practice the same thing using radians ("RAD").Do you see the similarity?sin (0 rad) =sin (T/4 rad) =sin (n/2 rad) =sin (It rad) =sin (37t/4 rad) =sin (27t rad) =

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Math Practice
When we deal with really big numbers, we often use scientific or engineering notation. It's all
about counting how many digits are before or after the decimal point. For example:
1,000 1x103 scientific notation 1E3 engineering notation 1EE3 (which is what you have to
punch into many calculators)
Warning: make sure that your calculator is using either the big E or EE, and not the little e!
Your calculator also should understand that 10E2 1E3 1000.
25,000 2.5x104 2.5E4 = 25E3
Wolt
0.0034 3.4x103 = 3.4E-3 Negative powers are for numbers smaller than one!
Now do the following calculations.
VT
1012 x 10-10
4.
w
1012 10-10
5.
2x10-12 x 3x1010=
5.
6. 8x1013 2x106
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Math Practice When we deal with really big numbers, we often use scientific or engineering notation. It's all about counting how many digits are before or after the decimal point. For example: 1,000 1x103 scientific notation 1E3 engineering notation 1EE3 (which is what you have to punch into many calculators) Warning: make sure that your calculator is using either the big E or EE, and not the little e! Your calculator also should understand that 10E2 1E3 1000. 25,000 2.5x104 2.5E4 = 25E3 Wolt 0.0034 3.4x103 = 3.4E-3 Negative powers are for numbers smaller than one! Now do the following calculations. VT 1012 x 10-10 4. w 1012 10-10 5. 2x10-12 x 3x1010= 5. 6. 8x1013 2x106

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1. Ine picture of the sine wave is usually drawn on horizontal and vertical axes. The horizontal
axis represents an angle, such as 180° degrees. The vertical axis displays the value of what's
called the sine function. More explicitly: y sin (x)
Use a calculator to solve the expressions below. Make sure your calculator is set to degrees or
"DEG" mode. (Alternatively, you can use the Google webpage as a calculator by typing in the
search bar "sine 180 degrees".)
sin (0°) =
sin (30°) =
sin (90°) =
sin (120)=
sin (180°) =
sin (270) =
sin (300°) =
sin (360°)=
I hope you notice that your answers go up and down between -1 and +1. This is how the sine
wave gets mapped out! Alternatively, let's practice the same thing using radians ("RAD").
Do you see the similarity?
sin (0 rad) =
sin (T/4 rad) =
sin (n/2 rad) =
sin (It rad) =
sin (37t/4 rad) =
sin (27t rad) =
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Math Practice 1. Ine picture of the sine wave is usually drawn on horizontal and vertical axes. The horizontal axis represents an angle, such as 180° degrees. The vertical axis displays the value of what's called the sine function. More explicitly: y sin (x) Use a calculator to solve the expressions below. Make sure your calculator is set to degrees or "DEG" mode. (Alternatively, you can use the Google webpage as a calculator by typing in the search bar "sine 180 degrees".) sin (0°) = sin (30°) = sin (90°) = sin (120)= sin (180°) = sin (270) = sin (300°) = sin (360°)= I hope you notice that your answers go up and down between -1 and +1. This is how the sine wave gets mapped out! Alternatively, let's practice the same thing using radians ("RAD"). Do you see the similarity? sin (0 rad) = sin (T/4 rad) = sin (n/2 rad) = sin (It rad) = sin (37t/4 rad) = sin (27t rad) =

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Step 1

Refer to question,  we need to solve the provided big calculations.

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102 x1010

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Use power  rule of exponent to solve the exponent.

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а" ха" — а' m 7m+n 102x1010 102-10 012-10 1x102 = 1E2

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Similarly for provided problem  1012/10-10. Then...

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7m-n 77 102 10-10 1012-(-10) 102 1x102 = 1E22

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