Powers and Exponents practice will help your students master the use of powers and exponents.
These practice problems are a great way for some of your strugglers to get extra practice with these two skills.
This pack includes:
•3 practice pages writing exponents with answer keys.
•2 practice pag
Many students have difficulty working with negative integer exponents. These four sets of practice problems and the accompanying hint sheets will provide that important structure and support as students explore the concept. These worksheets may be used traditionally, or as four separate centers/st
Your students are going to love simplifying and evaluating these exponential expressions. The puzzle pieces make it both fun and challenging. Please download the preview which includes the full activity and directions on how to complete it. Trust me, this will keep your kids focused and they will
Practice worksheet for applying the rules of exponents. The rules here include adding exponents when multiplying, raising an exponent to another power, and simplifying negative exponents. Each section starts with a clear example. However, this practice is not intended for 6th or 7th grade. Make sur
★ ★ Exponent Practice with Double Dice ★ ★
Learning the rules of exponents is a difficult concept for middle schoolers. Additional practice becomes monotonous for them....and this is where this activity with Double Dice comes in!
It is intended for use with a double dice. Students u
With this activity, Happy Trails, students get plenty of practice with the properties of integer exponents (CCS 8.EE.1) without the run of the mill worksheet concept. Students get to move AND work on their math skills! The activity includes directions, 42 practice problems, and an answer key.
Positive Rules of Exponents Practice worksheet
This is a double sided worksheet (with answer key) that I use in my classroom when introducing rules of exponents. The worksheet is separated into 5 brief sections-
Part 1- Students define the words: base, power, product and coefficient.
Part 2- The
Use this 15 question worksheet to review exponents with your students. Included are:
Zero Exponent Problems
Positive Exponent with Negative Bases Problems
Negative Exponents with Both Positive and Negative Bases Problems.
Simplifying Expressions with Negative Exponents using PEMDAS
An answer key
A self-checking, self-paced practice activity for students.
Practicing properties of exponents, including:
Power of a Power
Quotient to a Power
Product to a Power
This document is EDITABLE!!
Directions: Simplify each expression comple
Your students will have so much fun building with Math! They will be practicing Power of Exponent problems while constructing a building. They types of problems they will see (out of 20), will include:
~Finding the power of an exponent, using the multiplication and division rule
~Use the zero and
Rules of Negative and Zero Exponents
I use this worksheet to review the rules of negative exponents and exponents of zero to practice these rules with my Algebra students.
The first four questions give the rules as formulas that the students have to write explanations for. They then can practice
Exponents: These exponents cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with exponents. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Exponents Cootie Catchers Contents:
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for
This is a great activity to get your kids thinking as they look at a set of 5 exponential expressions and find the one that has a different value than the other four. When they are finished, they will solve a riddle using the letters in the answer boxes. Students will know if they have done the pro
This is from the new common core math which addresses exponents. I made a few worksheets that have the students practice them in standard, expanded and exponential form with an example for each. Please see my other exponent worksheets.
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Looking for an assignment regarding powers and exponents that's more than a basic skills practice? This practice has students evaluate powers in expanded and standard form, as well
Do your students need extra practice working on exponents? I've created this document with you in mind. There are 24 different exponent problems along with an answer key. I have also included an I Have Who Has Game with the same 24 problems. I let the students check their work on the practice page a
Eight pages of homework or worksheets that practice exponent vocabulary, writing numbers in exponent and standard form, and evaluating numerical expressions with exponents using order of operations. Each worksheet is followed by a "Try It Again" worksheet with similar problems for individuals or cl
It's the most talked about election! Have students practice simplifying expressions involving zero and negative exponents, use the properties of exponents to rewrite expressions, multiply powers with the same base, raise a power to a power, raise a product to a power, divide powers with the same bas
In this game, each student is given a card related to an exponent with a base number of 10. The numbers range from 10 to 1,000,000.
Once the students are given a card, they have to go find their partners. For example, if a student is given the number 100, they will need to find their partner with
This was a fun day in class. I told my students there had been a zombie outbreak and the military was working fast to contain it.
I provided them this handout that showed a world map with the "infection rate" listed as exponents for 10 major cities. Students were responsible for calculating the i
This is a worksheet practicing solving Exponent problems at an individual level. Students will also need knowledge of Order of Operations. There are fifteen Exponent/ Order of Operation Problems and a Paragraph Writing task.
*This item is also included in my Pre-Algebra Mult-Skill Bundle for Midd
There are 8 separate practice worksheets for simplifying powers and exponents. The worksheets vary in degree of difficulty so they are great for middle school students as well as Algebra I students. Some worksheets have problems that only result in positive exponents, while others have a mix of pos
I wrote this worksheet after giving my students a formative assessment, and I found out that they really needed an additional day of practice before the summative assessment on rules of exponents. This practice includes most ordinary rules of exponents, scientific notation, exponential functions, a
This worksheet reviews the rules of exponents by having students simplify expressions, including operations with scientific notation. Students answer the questions and find the letter that corresponds to the answers and place it on the above line to spell out "study tonight!"
Answer key is attached
This is is 'Beat the Test' practice with questions modeled after the FSA and SBAC. It can also be used as a review before state exams. The PPT, Cornell notes, and practice can be purchased in a bundle at a discounted price.
Students evaluate power expressions and based on the answer color the picture one of two colors. The final product will result in students creating a sign stating 100.
Students use the Power of a Product Property, Product of a Power Property, Zero Power, and Quotient Property of a Power. Bases in
This purchase includes everything you need to teach your students about negative exponents.
The purchase includes the following:
1) Video tutorial about negative exponents
2) Classroom notes about negative exponents that complement the video
3) PowerPoint containing negative exponents practice
Students will use this printable worksheet to practice their skills at solving negative exponents. An example of how to place the negative exponents into fraction form is given in the beginning of the sheet. Negative exponents are covered in middle school math classes and can be used for high scho
This is a two-part project:
1. An exponent chart to fill in the blanks, using knowledge of laws of exponents.
2. A five-question reflection where students must explain the process of using the laws of exponents.
This is also included in my exponents bundle which is available here:
This is a worksheet with 14 exponent problems. The problems are in a chart, where students have to write the exponent in its expanded form and solve by multiplying two factors at a time. After they write their answer in the top product box. Each problem has two product boxes. The top is for their an
This worksheets helps students practice working with exponents. The second page of the worksheet allows student to use a calculator and practice entering them into the calculator. I would also cover that multiplying decimals or fractions times decimals or fractions makes them smaller as well as scie
This resource is a puzzle that helps students practice exponents and identifying expressions that are equivalent in value, but written in different forms. When the puzzle is put together correctly, the letters on the pieces should read: "ONE HUNDRED FIFTY!" to fill in the blank to the fun fact: "The
Your students will have a blast practicing their order of operations to color in and create this adorable little narwhal. This activity is geared to the 4th grade standards (no exponents). They will solve the problems. Then, they will color in all the squares with the answers that correspond to the
This practice activity provides students a chance to show their understanding of the power properties. There are some higher order thinking problems where students have to determine the exponent value for an expression with a given answer vs simply evaluating an expression.
This Whiteboard Activity should be used after students have had experience with rational exponents and rationalizing denominators (maybe as a review before a test). You present each problem (one at a time). Give them a minute or two to write the answer on a whiteboard then direct them to fla
Here's a little something I made to determine if my students understand exponents of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. I threw in a little 6.EE.2 with solving for a variable in a few of the problems. I hope this can be useful in your classroom.
Your students will have a blast practicing their order of operations to color in and create this rocket ship. They will solve the problems. Then, they will color in all the squares with the answers that correspond to the color posted for that problem. The title gives a "clue" about what the picture
The laws here are continued from my Laws of Exponents Practice Worksheet. Please refer to Laws of Exponents Practice Worksheet III for a less challenging activity and to Exponents Practice Worksheet for an introduction to exponents.
This is a one-sided homework or practice sheet that covers recognizing and expanding/contracting a monomial using a coefficient, base(s) and exponents. The first 6 questions gives the student a monomial and asks them to identify the base, exponent and coefficient. Questions 7 through 12, ask the stu
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This practice has students evaluate powers in expanded and standard form, as well as writing powers from numbers. It also includes a variety of response types ra