Algebra 1

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Chapter 7 - Exponents and Exponential Functions - 7-2 Scientific Notation - Lesson Check: 5

Answer

$\{10^{-3},10^{-1},10^0,10^{1},10^5\}$

Work Step by Step

To order numbers in scientific notation, we first must write each number in scientific notation. $\{1\times10^5,1\times10^{-3},1\times10^0,1\times10^{-1},1\times10^1\}$ Then, we order the numbers first by their powers of $10$. For numbers with the same power of $10$, we arrange them by their decimal parts. $\{1\times10^{-3},1\times10^{-1},1\times10^0,1\times10^{1},1\times10^5\}$
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