# Lesson 10

Representing Large Numbers on the Number Line

Let’s visualize large numbers on the number line using powers of 10.

### Problem 1

Find three different ways to write the number 437,000 using powers of 10.

### Problem 2

For each pair of numbers below, circle the number that is greater. Estimate how many times greater.

1. $$17 \boldcdot 10^8$$ or $$4 \boldcdot 10^8$$
2. $$2 \boldcdot 10^6$$ or $$7.839 \boldcdot 10^6$$
3. $$42 \boldcdot 10^7$$ or $$8.5 \boldcdot 10^8$$

### Problem 3

What number is represented by point $$A$$? Explain or show how you know.

### Problem 4

Here is a scatter plot that shows the number of points and assists by a set of hockey players. Select all the following that describe the association in the scatter plot:

A:

Linear association

B:

Non-linear association

C:

Positive association

D:

Negative association

E:

No association

(From Unit 6, Lesson 7.)

### Problem 5

Here is the graph of days and the predicted number of hours of sunlight, $$h$$, on the $$d$$-th day of the year.