Scientific Notation Worksheets
Scientific notation is a smart way of writing huge whole numbers and too small decimal numbers. This page contains worksheets based on rewriting whole numbers or decimals in scientific notation and rewriting scientific notation form to standard form. This set of printable worksheets is specially designed for students of grade 6, grade 7, grade 8, and high school. Access some of them for free!
Scientific Notation - Positive Exponents
Each pdf worksheet contains 14 problems rewriting whole numbers to scientific notation. Easy level has whole numbers up to 5-digits; Moderate level has more than 5-digit numbers.
Students of 6th grade need to express each scientific notation in standard notation. An example is provided in each worksheet.
Each printable worksheet contains expressing numbers in both scientific and standard form.
Scientific Notation - Negative Exponents
Rewrite the given decimals in scientific notation. Move the decimal point to the left until you get the first non-zero digit. The number of steps you moved represent the power (index) of 10.
In this set of pdf worksheets, express each number in standard notation. Easy level has indices more than -5; Moderate level has indices less than -4.
Each worksheet has ten problems expressing decimals in both standard and scientific notation.
Scientific Notation - Mixed Exponents
The printable worksheets in this section contain expressing both whole numbers and decimals in scientific notation.
The exponent in each scientific notation can be either positive or negative.
This section of pdf worksheets gives the complete review in rewriting numbers in both standard and scientific notation. Both positive and negative exponents included.
Call upon your inner math maestro as you sail through figuring out which of the given numbers in scientific notation is greater than, less than, or equal to the other.
Scientific Notation - Math Operations
This section reinforces the knowledge in adding and subtracting numbers in scientific notation.
Use laws of exponents (indices) to multiply and divide the expressions. Express the final answer in scientific notation.
Each worksheet gives the complete review in performing operations with scientific notations, making it ideal for 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school students.