Standard and Expanded Exponential Form Worksheets
This series of printable worksheets is drafted to assist students of grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7 in writing numbers in exponential form and converting exponential form back into standard form. Teach them the basic exponent rules to solve these worksheets that focus the place value multipliers as powers of 10. Click on the free icons to take a peek at our worksheets.
Rewrite a mix of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers in the expanded exponential form by splitting the digits and multiplying each digit with powers of 10. Ensure correct use of parentheses in denoting place values.
Pay close attention to exponent rules while converting expanded form into a standard numeric notation in this series of pdf worksheets for 5th grade and 6th grade.
First convert standard form into expanded exponential form and then move on to the next set to do exactly the opposite! A perfect activity to assess a student's grasp on the topic.
Draft the numbers in expanded form that represents place values up to hundred thousands. Be attentive when defining the order of exponents for place value digits that comprise zeros.
Find the product for each of the digits and their respective multipliers. Each printable worksheet comprises of 10 problems. The maximum power of the exponent is 5 (hundred thousands).
Transform numbers in standard form to expanded exponential form and vice versa with this assorted collection of pdf worksheets. Use the answer keys to validate your answers.
Transform the given number notations in the expanded exponential form to include place values up to millions. The exponents will vary from 100 to 108 here.
Worksheets comprise problems based on expanded form. Rewrite them in standard form.
Test a 6th grade or 7th grade student's comprehension on place values with this series of printable worksheets. Get them to transform expanded exponential form to standard notation and vice versa.
Numbers are provided in standard form. Transform them into the expanded exponential form. The exponents will be expressed in powers of ten ranging up to 1011.
Rewrite the standard number notations in the expanded exponential form in place values up to billions. Insert commas to indicate periods that denote place values of each group of numbers.
Challenge students to switch back and forth in converting numbers in expanded exponential form and standard notation with this array of pdf worksheets.