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Multiplying and Dividing Monomials Foldables Pack
This product includes the following:
Identifying Monomials Foldable
Product of Powers Foldable
Power of a Power Foldable
Power of a Product Foldable
Quotient of Powers Foldable
Power of a Quotient Foldable
Zero Exponent Foldable
Simplifying Monomi

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This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class.
Students begin by learning what IS and IS NOT a monomial. They then multiply some monomials in order to discover the rule: We can add their exponents. After solving a few problems, they do the same thing with dividing monomials to

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This product contains a 2-page handout to help students understand rules of exponents for multiplying and dividing monomials. There is a complete answer key included. An explanation of how to check equivalent expressions using a calculator is included, also.
Created by Hilda Ratliff

This has multiplying monomials, power to power rules, dividing monomials, and negative exponents. All of the problems have either x or x and y. There are 4 puzzles, a hexagon, a square, domino cards, and a circle. They all have the same 24 problems except for the hexagon that has 36 problems.

This set contains 28 task cards ready to be printed 4 up. The problems include multiplying and dividing with and without coefficients and multiple variables.
For more task cards, try:
Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers Task Cards
Exponents: Power of a Power, Product of a Power

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Great for partners or at stations, this ready-to-use activity focuses on multiplying and dividing monomials. Students solve the puzzle by matching solutions to expressions with monomials.
Great to use after Multiplying and Dividing Monomials: Notes and Practice
Factoring and Quadratics resources

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This is a puzzle activity - similar to the game Triominos.
Instructions:
-Print and laminate a set of cards (3 pages, 18 triangle pieces) for each group or student
-Distribute a set of cards to each group or student
-Triangles will be matched so that one edge contains a problem and the edge it tou

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Don’t be fooled. Middle schoolers are NOT too cool to color!! Practicing multiplying and dividing monomials can be a drag, but not with this fun color-by-number activity. This worksheet has 15 problems using monomials (with numbers and variables) which get progressively more difficult. Students w

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I projected these problems the day before our Monomial and Polynomial Operations Quiz ( http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Multiply-Divide-Monomials-and-Add-Subtract-Polynomials-Quiz-1194826 )
My students complete their problems on mini whiteboards but they can be done on paper as well. I g

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Students can practice multiplying and dividing with exponents. When students find answers, they can match them with a letter to fill into the puzzle: How do lions recharge their cell phones?

Multiplying and Dividing Monomials: Notes and Practice is a set of graphic organizers, notes and practice for multiplying and dividing monomials.
This resource includes:
- Color graphic organizers in large and small notebook size
- Black and white graphic organizers in large and small notebook

This quiz assesses adding and subtracting polynomials, multiplying monomials, dividing monomials, and raising monomials to powers. There are three problems covering each topic for a total of 15 points.
The questions are a mixture of free response and multiple choice.
This quiz is easy to grade a

After my students have been introduced to the rules of exponents, I have them take a day to multiply and divide monomials, which is essentially the same thing. I wrote this worksheet to have them practice this skill.
I use this activity within cooperative groups, and I circulate to make sure they

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This chart puts all of the rules in one place for multiplying and dividing monomials. I explained the rules in my own words, but as it is a Word doc you could adapt them if you wish! There is a column for examples that I have my students fill out with their own examples.

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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on the topic of multiplying and dividing monomials. Students need prior experience with the rules of exponents for this worksheet to be successful.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today

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This lesson also includes raising the power of a power examples as well and multiplying and dividing. It even includes a silly song to help the students memorize the rules.

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