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Display the slide at the beginning of the lesson to show a real-world use of powers of ten with both positive and negative exponents.The table shows the relative sizes of objects in our universe. Be sure students see that when the exponent increases by 1, the increase in size from one object to another is 10 times the size of the object before. For example, the Moon is 10 times the size of the largest asteroid because 106 power 105= 10.Application Find each of the following values.a. How many times larger are protozoa than atomic nuclei? 1010 times largerb. How many times larger is the solar system than the Moon? 107 times largerc. What is the ratio of the size of atoms to the size of the Moon? 1:1016