This educational resource reiterates the method of employing scientific notation for very small and large numbers. The first ten questions require students to transform numbers from standard form into scientific notation. Meanwhile, problems numbered 11 through 16 ask students to convert from scientific notation to standard form.

Scientific notation is how scientists and mathematicians write very large or very small numbers. It's formed by taking a number between 1 and 10, called the coefficient, and multiplying it by 10 raised to a specific power, called the exponent.