Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Explain Patterns when Multiplying by a Power of 10: CCSS.Math.Content.5.NBT.A.2

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Explanation:

Example Question #1 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #3 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #4 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #5 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #6 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #7 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #2 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #3031 : Operations

What is  in standard form?

Explanation:

The power of  tells us how to move our decimal. Because we have a positive  power, we move our decimal over  places to the right.

Example Question #9 : Explain Patterns When Multiplying By A Power Of 10: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Nbt.A.2

What is  in standard form?