Large Numbers in Standard Form
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Large Numbers in Standard Form

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    Nathaniel N.
    ZA
    Nathaniel N.

    Thanks so much for the interesting lesson

    Martin 'Ginge' T.
    GB
    Martin 'Ginge' T.

    Very good video. I've been studying (and failing) Engineering Maths with staffordshire university. I have K.Strouds book and Two of J. Bird's books on maths. I must have missed the point regarding the number having to be under the power of ten. Thanks for clearing this up it now makes much more sense.

    Hamada A.
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    Hamada A.

    nice

    Oyime A.
    NG
    Oyime A.

    Why do use standard form

    Abdelrahman S.
    EG
    Abdelrahman S.

    thank you for the module

    Eddie J.
    GB
    Eddie J.

    Easy to follow, and understand

    MOHD SUFIYAN A.
    IN
    MOHD SUFIYAN A.

    VERY NICE

    Paula T.
    TO
    Paula T.

    good

    Valerie D.
    AU
    Valerie D.

    Clearly explained

    Kewil Gabriel C.
    CO
    Kewil Gabriel C.

    muchas gracias esto es algo basico y muy entendible .

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