# Math Video Lesson 7.3.6 - Powers of Numbers Written in the Standard Form

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## Lessons and Learning Resources for the Math Topic "Standard Form"

In the Math video lesson "Powers of Numbers Written in the Standard Form" above we continued to explore and build on our knowledge of Standard Form as part of our wider understanding of the math subject of Powers and Roots. In addition to the Powers of Numbers Written in the Standard Form video we also provide a written lesson as well as further detailed lessons and math examples, see below for further lessons with the Standard Form tutorial set.

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7.3Standard Form
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7.3.1The Meaning of Standard Form.
7.3.2Writing Decimals in Standard and Decomposed Form
7.3.3Addition and Subtraction with Numbers in Standard and Decomposed Form
7.3.4Multiplication and Division of Numbers in Standard Form
7.3.5Very Big and Very Small Numbers
7.3.6Powers of Numbers Written in the Standard Form

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