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This is a coloring activity for a set of 10 problems on applying the rules of exponents.
This includes multiplying and dividing like bases and raising a power to a power.
Posted: 9/18/16 so 50% off through 9/21/16

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Solve simple exponential equations by applying the laws of exponents in this hangman activity/worksheet geared for independent practice. All equations are solved WITHOUT use of logarithms. Regular practice with applying exponent laws to equations is made slightly novel by the element of hangman. B

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This powerpoint presentation is a ready made Bingo game for students reviewing the exponent laws. It is appropriate for 7th-10th graders. Included in the review are negative and zero exponents, power of a power, quotient rule, power of a product, and multiplying monomials. My preview contains the di

Exponent Laws in one handy reference chart, with examples. Available in two formats, one to print on one page and a smaller format to print two-per-page (to save paper). Both full page and half-page formats are included as BLANKS also in case you would prefer to have students write their own info

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4 page resource in which students will discover the laws of exponents by exploring patterns, and writing exponents in expanded form.
Once students have discovered each law, they will practice simplifying expressions involving that law.
- Zero Power Rule
- Negative Exponents
- Product Rule
- Qu

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Hello Happy Teachers!
This is a great product for your INB (Interactive Notebooks). There are three copies of the homework per printable sheet. Cut the paper into strips and have students glue on the left side of their notebook. Have students show their work on the right side of each problem. I use

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Students use exponent laws to simplify 18 expressions. They color the piece of the snail with the answer. If the answer isn't on the snail, students will know to try again.
I made this for my 7th grader students. It could benefit advanced 6th graders or be review for 8th grade.

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A highly engaging unit summary or review activity for exponent laws, packed with the motivation of a mystery picture and collaborative goal! Two versions are included, one with only positive exponents, and one with negative exponents included (both with integer exponents). Students apply the produ

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Laws of EXPONENTS
One set in a series of Mathematics Wall Posters for Primary, Middle School and High School classrooms, addressing all Common Core Standards concepts.
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Review game for rules of exponents. Topics are: Product rule, Quotient Rule, Power Rule, Zero rule, and Negative Rule. Students follow along in their seats with worksheet (preview).
Print out 'preview' for the students' answer sheet.

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Hello Math Teachers! Worksheet focuses on using laws of exponents for monomials involving multiplication (adding exponents), the power of a power rule (multiplying exponents) and dividing exponents (subtracting exponents). Exponent Rules for: Product of Powers, Power or Powers, and Quotient of Powe

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This is a great way for you to pull out students misconceptions about the laws of exponents!
In this activity, groups of 2-4 students will receive 25 puzzle pieces that will have an exponential expression on it. The puzzle matches a non-simplified exponential expression to the most simplified versi

Hello Math Teachers! Worksheet on using laws of exponents for monomials involving the law of negative exponents, multiplications (adding exponents), the power of a power rule (multiplying exponents), dividing exponents (subtracting exponents) and exponents raised to the zero power. Exponent Rules fo

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This is a two-poster set. The first poster defines exponent and gives an example of important vocabulary such as base, and power, word form, standard form, and exponent form. The second poster provides examples for the Laws of Exponents for Multiplication and Division only. Both posters are 11 x

A fun way to practice Exponent Laws:
-Multiplying powers with same base
-Dividing powers with same base
-Power of a power
-Power of product
-Power of quotient
-Zero exponents
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-Instructions
-15 question cards to simplify
-15 answer cards
-Answer key

This test is 50 questions over the following topics:
- Exponent Laws
- Scientific Notation (Including operations)
- Types of Numbers (Rational vs. Irrational)
- Repeating or Terminating Decimals to Fractions
- Perfect Squares and Cubes
- Estimating Squares
Answer Key can be provided upon request.

A fun way to practice Exponent Laws:
-Multiplying powers with same base
-Dividing powers with same base
-Power of a power
-Power of product
-Power of quotient
-Zero exponents
-Negative exponents
Includes:
-Instructions
-18 question cards to simplify
-18 answer cards
-Answer key

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This activity improves understanding of the exponent laws through students encouraging each other.
Activity Instructions:
1. In pairs, student A is the Sage. Student B is the scribe
2. The Sage gives the Scribe step-by-step instructions how to perform a task or solve the problem.
3. The Scribe wr

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In this worksheet students will have the chance to practice basic knowledge of exponents and practice the multiplication and division of exponents laws.

This lesson refreshes students in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, or Pre Calculus about exponent rules. Emphasis is placed on expressing answers without negative or fractional exponents. Homework is assigned at the end of the lesson.
Lesson# 002
Includes:
Smart Notebook lesson (8 slides)
14 Ex

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Post in class to remind students of the laws of exponents. Alternately, copy and distribute for students to refer to frequently.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Worksheets for students to work through and discover the exponent laws as well as homework questions.
Includes:
-Review of powers
- Product Rule
-Quotient Rule
-Power of a Power
-coefficients

Texas Algebra 1 EOC; 5 question mastery quiz covering TEKS A.11.A (simplifying expressions using exponent laws), fully aligned with STAAR,all cloned questions, includes answer key with alignment guide.

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This is a set of 15 expressions where students must simplify using the laws of exponents. You must cut out each rectangle and solve the shaded rectangle and match it to a non shaded rectangle. A long chain of questions and answers will be formed when completed.
This activity can be completed in

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This activity introduces exponent laws (quotient rule, product rule, power to a power) to students through their own personal discovery. There are three packets.
Packet 1: Exploration/Work
Packet 2: Questions dealing with exploration
Packet 3: Practice
It is recommended that stude

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This is a 16 question test, along with a bonus question. I have included simplifying expressions with the following:
-product of powers
-power of a power
-power of a quotient
-division
-negative exponents
-zero exponents
-word problems

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A highly engaging task in 4 versions!, packed with the motivation of a mystery picture and collaborative goal! Students solve the math problems to decode their colour-key, then use it to colour their section of the larger 25-section mosaic. The image comes together as each of the students do their

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This product contains five full worksheets with answer keys. The great part of these worksheets is the scaffolding involved. The first worksheet has 12 unsimplified exponential expressions containing only ONE exponent law. The second worksheet includes problems that involve TWO exponent laws. Th

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I Have, Who Has Game - Exponent Laws
Your students will love using the laws of exponents with this "I Have, Who Has" game. There are a total of 15 game cards, along with directions. Students will solve the "Who Has" section of the card, and the person that has the correct answer on the "I Have" sec

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This is a fun way for 8th and 9th graders to drill the laws of exponents. Students complete a 10 question drill sheet and match their answers with the correct answers which have color names on them. They use the color coded answers to complete a coloring sheet. By checking the coloring sheet, you

A fun way to practice Exponent Laws:
-Multiplying powers with same base
-Dividing powers with same base
-Power of a power
-Power of product
-Power of quotient
-Zero exponents
Includes:
-Instructions
-15 question cards to simplify
-15 answer cards
-Answer key

Students will use the Law of Exponents to simplify expressions on fish. After the fish are simplified they can color the worksheet.
The goal is to keep the fish alive by simplifying the expressions. Without simplifying the fish become bait.
Can be used for...
-Homework
-Independent Practice
-Grou

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Each worksheet is 2 pages to make it easier for copying. Each worksheet has an example, and answers.
Simplifying Radicals (starts with easier questions and works to questions that have variables)
Exponent Laws (includes negative and fractional exponents)

The Index (Exponent) Laws are organized in a nice table to add to your student's notes. Students can paste this table in their book and you can add additional examples and/or notes. Check out my other items in my store and thank you for your support!

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Post in class to remind students of the laws of exponents. Copy and distribute for students to reference frequently.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

This project is to review Exponent Laws.
This project was used in an Alberta Math 9 class, so it aligns with Western Canadian standards. Please review the project to see what standards it aligns with.

In this activity students can scan QR codes to watch videos reviewing the exponent laws. The QR codes connect to videos I created on YouTube. I used this as an individual review for my students to prepare for their upcoming state tests.

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This activity contains questions that involve simplifying expressions using the laws of exponents. All questions are in the same style of Common Core questions that students will see on the Common Core test at the end of the year.
** Answer Key Provided

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Seven stations on exponent laws and how to incorporate them into operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) with numbers in Scientific Notation.

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Engage your students through this hands on activity! Have students cut the slips out, answer the questions, then tape/glue/staple into a chain. Then hang around the classroom to show just how much your students know about exponent laws. Print on colored paper for additional fun!

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A ten question review PowerPoint that asks students tough questions to assess their exponential understanding.
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This review very closely aligns to the Common Core Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.8.EE.A.1 Know and apply t

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Students get to choose from 6 different projects involving all of the exponent laws (negative, zero, multiplication, division and power of a power).

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Once the exponent laws have been taught, use this assignment to see if students understood the concepts. Two versions of the same assignment, but last question is the same on both.

Fill-in-blank note page with examples that should be done whole class. Students review first two laws, and practice using the laws together and then are introduced to the third law.

This breakdown of Exponent Laws covers examples and explains the important steps to take solving the problems. It can be used as guided notes for students.

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A one page review sheet / guide for the exponent rules. Useful for student review,
gluing into interactive notebooks, reflective journals, math centers, or enlarged for a wall poster. Great handout for students who are absent or have who note taking challenges.

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18x24 inch poster explaining the laws of exponents.

This is an exponent law multiple choice quiz.

This is an alternative version an exponent law multiple choice quiz.

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Lesson on applying the exponent laws.

Lesson plan, work sheet and memo

★ Do your students need more practice and to learn all the Exponent Laws? These worksheets are perfect to teach, review, or reinforce Exponent skills! ★ These worksheets cover all 9 laws of Exponents and may be used to glue in interactive notebooks, used as classwork, homework, quizzes, etc. Tips,

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