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Badge icon Earn a free Open University digital badge if you complete this course, to display and share your achievement. Course content Course content. Activity 1 Powers of 10 Allow approximately 5 minutes. Write each of the following numbers as a power of ten. Comment a.
Start by working out how many tens you need to multiply together, to give you 10 , then use the knowledge that equation left hand side 10 multiplication 10 equals right hand side 10 squared. Answer b. Answer c. What do you notice about the number of zeroes in the original number and the power of 10 in parts a to c? Answer d.
The number of zeroes in the original number is equal to the power of There are about one hundred thousand hairs on an average human head. Answer e.
One hundred thousand is , or 10 5. By , the population of earth may be about 10 billion people. Answer f. Answer g.
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