This math video review tutorial provides an basic overview / introduction of scientific notation and what you need to know for your next chemistry test / exam. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems that can help you learn the concept.

Topics in this video include the following:

1. A lesson on Scientific Notation - Basics Rules of Moving The Decimal to The Right and Left Explained

2. Significant Figures - How To Count It

3. How To Round To Right Number of Significant Figures For Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division

4. Converting Scientific Notation To Standard Form With Positive and Negative Exponents

5. How To Convert From Decimal to Scientific Notation With Positive and Negative Powers of 10

6. Adding and Subtracting Numbers In Scientific Notation With Different Positive Exponents

7. Addition and Subtraction of Scientific Notation With Negative Exponents

8. Scientific Notation - Multiplication and Division

9. Multiplying and Dividing Numbers In Scientific Notation With Fractions

10. How To Find or Calculate The Square Root of a Number in Scientific Notation

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