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GCSE Revision Video 22 - Standard Form

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Corbettmaths - This video shows how to write ordinary numbers in standard form and also numbers in standard form as ordinary numbers.

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Here's a BIG number that needs to be expressed in standard form. Can you do this example with us? I bet you can!
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Maths4Everyone

Standard form, scientific notation and standard index form all mean the same thing.
They are a very useful way of writing really big numbers and really small numbers. The first number must always be more than 1 and less than 10. Then the X10 number has a power. For large numbers, the power is 2 or more. For really small numbers, the power will be a negative number.
In this video we look at how to write a normal number into standard form, and how to write standard form back into a normal number.
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Adding and subtracting standard form

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Standard Form Scientific Notation AQA GCSE Maths Topic Test solutions created by AQA for GCSE Maths (Higher Tier).
Keywords: Standard form, scientific notation, mantissa, exponent, powers of 10, index, indices
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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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The Organic Chemistry Tutor

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This video contains the solutions to 21 exam style questions on the following topics:
Standard Form
Basic Indices (Addition, subtraction and brackets laws)
Negative and Fractional Indices
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ParkerMaths

This is the solution to Exercise 1C of the Indices & Standard Form.

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mentoringyousg

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IGCSE GCSE INDICES AND STANDARD FORM

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Mathemathism

This channel is managed by up and coming UK maths teachers. Videos designed for the site by Steve Blades, retired Youtuber and owner of m4ths.com to assist learning in UK classrooms.
Designed for the Edexcel spec but applicable to AQA, OCR,MEI and WJEC.

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ukmathsteacher

A range of examples involving powers, indices and standard form
Simplifying (x^n)^m
Factorising
Power of zero
Standard form for negative powers
Multiplying number in standard form
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Maths Videos - by jayates

Go to http://www.examsolutions.net/ for the index, playlists and more maths videos on standard form (scientific notation) and other maths topics.

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ExamSolutions

A tip on how to solve a simple indices question.

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mentoringyousg

GCSE Maths revision tutorial video.
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Maths Genie

In this video we are going to look at how to do calculations with standard form.
When adding and subtracting numbers in standard form, we need to write the numbers out into ordinary numbers, do the sum and then turn the answer back into standard form.
With multiplication and division we can work it out without writing numbers out in full - it's much quicker.
Start by multiplying (or dividing) the first part of each number together (the number that is between 1 and 10). Then for the X10 part we make use of the indices rules. For multiplication we add the powers together and for division we subtract the powers. Much faster than writing the numbers out into ordinary numbers!!
The one thing to be careful about with multiplication and division of numbers in standard form is that the final answer is actually in standard form - so the first number has to be between 1 and 10. When you multiply or divide it quite often will be too big or too small, so you need to rewrite this number into correct standard form - at this stage I always think it's easiest to write the number out into an ordinary number and then back into standard form to make sure you don't make a mistake.
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This is the solution to Exercise 1B of the Indices & Standard Form.

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A tip on how to solve a simple indices question. (Continuation)

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This is the solution to Exercise 1A of the Indices & Standard Form.

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Video Solution to Exercise 2B at http://mentoringyousg.blogspot.com. Please visit us there, subscribe to us here and rate our videos! Thank you.

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Here you will be shown a short video on how to write down small numbers (numbers between 0 and 1) in standard form. You can basically use the same method for writing down large numbers in standard form but you must make the power negative. The negative power means that the first number is being divided by 10 to give the original number!

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Mr Jeffery going through a short cut to writing numbers in standard form as ordinary numbers.

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Changing numbers which are in standard (index) form back into ordinary (normal!) numbers.

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The Maths Prof

A tutorial on Standard Form
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How to write numbers in standard (index) form (a handy way of writing really big or really tiny numbers! 🙌).

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The Maths Prof

This video will show you how to multiply two numbers that are written in standard index form, leaving the answer in standard form. You can do this by multiplying the numbers at the front together and then simplifying the powers by adding them. If the number at the start is not between 1 and 10, rewrite this number in standard form, and simplify the powers again.

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GCSE Maths revision tutorial video.
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Maths Genie

Video Solution to Exercise 2A at http://mentoringyousg.blogspot.com. Please visit us there, subscribe to us here and rate our videos! Thank you.

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Index form 7 (unit fraction powers)

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Learn step by step how to write very big and small numbers in Standard Form. After studying this video Standard Form or the Scientific Notation will never trouble you again! Check http://www.explainingmaths.com for more maths help and FREE resource, activities and worksheets. This maths video will explain this IGCSE and GCSE mathematical topic to you by providing example questions. You can use these maths activities for your math revision to do better on your IGCSE GCSE exam paper.

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