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Multiplying Radicals. 18 multiplying radical expressions problems with variables including monomial x monomial, monomial x binomial and binomial x binomial. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Coloring Activities MEGA Bundle

Simplifying Radical Expressions WITHOUT Variables by Multiplying Maze Activity
This resource includes 3 Leveled Mazes to make differentiating instruction simple:
LEVEL 1: Monomial x Monomial
LEVEL 2: Monomial x Binomial
LEVEL 3: Binomial x Binomial
This resource allows for student self-checking

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Also included in: RADICALS (Non-Linear) Bundle

This activity should be fun for your students, but will force them to work carefully and self check.
Students will multiply radicals and practice simplifying them in the process. Eight problems are incorporated into the activity.
Both color and black-and-white copies are included.
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In this activity, students will:
1) Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing sides of a right triangle. If it is not a whole number answer, it will be left as a simplified radical expression.
2) Multiply radical expressions
3) Square radical expressions
There are 21 problems to solv

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

Algebra Thanksgiving Radicals
This is a good puzzle to review simplifying radicals. It has a Thanksgiving theme.
I use this puzzle in my Geometry class to review simplifying radicals. Students must be able to simplify a radical, add radicals, subtract radicals, multiply radicals, and rationalize

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Also included in: Algebra Holiday Activity and Puzzle Bundle

This is a good puzzle to review simplifying radicals. It has a Spring theme.
This would be a great puzzle to use in Algebra One as review before a test.
I use this puzzle in my Geometry class to review simplifying radicals. Students must be able to simplify a radical, add radicals, subtract radica

This activity is low-teacher prep and high student engagement!
This Scavenger Hunt has 20 cards that include the following type of problems:
- Simplifying Radicals with Variables
- Adding/Subtracting Radical Expressions
- Multiplying Radical Expressions (monomial x monomial), (monomial x binomial),

Solids and Polyhedra Lesson: Euler's Theorem and Platonic Solids
In this lesson, students will learn about the properties of Platonic Solids and Euler's Theorem.
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• Warm-Up - The warm-up is an algebra review. There are four problems where students must add, subtract, and multiply radica

Also included in: Surface Area and Volume Unit Bundle

Help students visual the relationship between a square and a square root by having them build squares on a 11 by 11 peg geoboard. Have them observe that the square root of the area of a square is always equal to the length of the side of the square. Use this concept to build understanding for the

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Also included in: A Bundled Set of Nine Lessons on Radicals

Students can work independently or with a partner to put together this Tarsia puzzle. The best part about this activity is there is no prep for you as a teacher! The printable version is not the solution, so the students can cut the pieces out themselves and put it together.
I usually print on c

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This product is also found AT A DISCOUNTED PRICE in the Geometry Mega Bundle
Pythagorean Theorem Stations require knowledge of:
-Finding missing side lengths
-Converse: Determining if triangles are right
-Multiplying radicals
-Application word problems
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Print out station

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Also included in: High School Geometry Stations Activities

This product contains 272 multiple choice SAT style Algebra and Geometry questions. The following topic are covered.
ALGEBRA TOPICS:
Functions
Solutions of a Function
Zeros of a Function
Calculating Slope, Y-Intercept, and X-Intercept
Functional Relationships
Graphing Functions
Linear Functions -

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I created this assignment to help students use their knowledge of simplifying radicals as well as adding, subtracting, and multiplying radical expressions.
Students are asked to either find area, volume, or surface area and then calculate when measurements are given in radicals.
10 questions,

A full-length PowerPoint on simplifying radical expressions, multiplying radicals, distributing with radical expressions (including binomials), and rationalizing denominators. Many examples included/embedded. I do this presentation over two class days.

Task-Based Learning gets students intrinsically motivated to learn math! No longer do you need to do a song and dance to get kids interested and excited about learning. The tasks included in this unit, followed by solidifying notes and practice activities, will guarantee that students understand t

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There are 6 pages of Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Radicals to use in interactive notebooks. (These pages fit perfectly in composition notebooks.) I have included both, pages with examples, and those for you to put your own examples in. They are grouped for handing out both papers at the s

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This video lesson introduces students to the Pythagorean Theorem and teaches them how to use Pythagorean Theorem to find the length of the missing side of a right triangle.In particular, your students will learn...The parts of a right triangle (hypotenuse and legs)The formula for the Pythagorean The

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This video lesson teaches students how to find the length of the sides of special right triangles, including the 45-45-90 triangle and the 30-60-90 right triangle.In particular, your students will learn... * The pattern for a 45-45-90 triangle * How to use the pattern for a 45-45-90 triangle to find

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This video lesson introduces students to the trig ratios and teaches them how to find the sine, cosine, and tangent of a right triangle.In particular, your students will learn... * That trigonometry means triangle measure * What three trig ratios (sine, cosine, and tangent) represent * How to find t

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Simplifying, Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Radicals

Included in this practice package are 3 worksheets that students can use to practice working with radicals.
I use these in my geometry class before we start the right triangle chapter so they can review all of the rules about working with radicals.
These worksheets would also be good fro review in

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