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Posted Sat Mar 12 07:06:05 PST 2005 by gg (ee).

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Students will

1. understand how scaling factors can be used to make representations of astronomical distances;

2. learn how to write and solve equations that relate real distance measurements to scaled representations of the distances; and

3. understand how the use of scientific notation makes calculations involving large numbers easier

to manage.

Students will

1. understand how scaling factors can be used to make representations of astronomical distances;

2. learn how to write and solve equations that relate real distance measurements to scaled representations of the distances; and

3. understand how the use of scientific notation makes calculations involving large numbers easier to manage.

Students will

1. understand how scaling factors can be used to make representations of astronomical distances;

2. learn how to write and solve equations that relate real distance measurements to scaled representations of the distances; and

3. understand how the use of scientific notation makes calculations involving large numbers easier to manage.

Students will

1. understand how scaling factors can be used to make representations of astronomical distances;

2. learn how to write and solve equations that relate real distance measurements to scaled representations of the distances; and

3. understand how the use of scientific notation makes calculations involving large numbers easier to manage.

Students will

1. understand how scaling factors can be used to make representations of astronomical distances;

2. learn how to write and solve equations that relate real distance measurements to scaled representations of the distances; and

3. understand how the use of scientific notation makes calculations involving large numbers easier to manage.