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Operations with Rational Expressions Gone Fishin' Game
This game is a super fun way to practice operations with rational expressions. Students came come up to the board/computer to select a fish, or if you have an interactive whiteboard, they can throw a Koosh ball. The fish really do move and the

In this twist on a crossword puzzle, students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions. When teaching this topic in my own classroom, my collection of resources was limited. I created this worksheet to practice these types of problems in a slightly different

Do you need a fun way for students to practice operations with rational expressions with minimal prep? The Operations with Rational Expressions Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem h

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 1 classes. This one reviews Chapter 11 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook: Rational Expressions -- simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the

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In this fun activity, students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions. This resource can be used as a warm-up for recall from the previous day's lesson or a closing activity to reinforce the topic. You could have students work in pairs or individually. If y

Students will practice their skills simplifying 10 rational expressions problems and then they will color a picture of a giraffe according to their answers.
Students will need to know how to:
**Simplify rational expressions
**Multiply rational expressions
**Divide rational expressions
**Add ration

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 1 classes. This one reviews Chapter 11 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook: Rational Expressions -- finding the least common multiple, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Instructions and an answer sheet are includ

This activity includes 24 task cards to help practice simplifying rational expressions by adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. For adding & subtracting, none of the problems have like denominators. For multiplying & dividing, Students will have to factor to simplify, some startin

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Students will demonstrate their understanding of operations with rational expressions by solving 9 problems and shading in their answers to find the answer to the riddle!
If they see the answer more than once, they shade it! Great homework assignment and great way for them to assess their own work.

This set of directions illustrates how students can learn to combine rational expressions with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division and then confirm their answers by using the table feature of the graphing calculator.
Five practice problems are included.
This is one example of a

This foldable is great to use for reviewing all of the operations of rational expressions. The following is included:
* Black and white version of the foldable
* Color version of the foldable
* Answer Key

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Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide Rational Expressions
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Rational Expressions Math Lib
Students LOVE math lib activities! In this activity, students generate pieces to a story as they move throughout the stations that review operations with rational expressions.
There are 9 stations, with 9 problems at each station. As a group of 3-4, students choose

Rational Expressions Scavenger Hunt (All Operations)
This scavenger hunt activity consists of 16 problems in which students practice simplifying, adding (like and unlike denominators), subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions. Opposite binomial factors are included. This activ

Get students out of their seats and simplifying expressions involving all operations with this interactive scavenger hunt. Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers, fractions, and decimals. Most expressions involve two operations. There are also two word prob

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Halloween activity for math class! In this Halloween-themed activity, students practice evaluating expressions involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers, fractions, and decimals. Students travel in pairs to eight stations as they practice evaluating expressions that

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These three worksheets are great for extra practice with adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational numbers (integers, fractions, mixed numbers...no decimals). The Thanksgiving theme is appropriate for November, but these worksheets can be enjoyed all autumn long. Use during class, assi

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This is a powerpoint presentation created to review operations with rational expressions and solving rational equations. It includes complex fractions and work problems. There are 25 total questions. The powerpoint can be edited to meet the needs of your classes.
The template for this was offered

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Teachers will download 30 absolute value task cards for teaching 6th, 7th and 8th (middle school) grade students. They work well in classroom math centers or stations as a review, test prep, formative assessment or as extra practice for students with special education or autism. Ideas for games and

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Without a doubt, adding rational expressions is one of the most difficult topics in algebra 1. As a teacher I could spend weeks on it and students would mess up over and over to the point where I did not want to teach this topic anymore. What I have found is that if you can introduce it slowly, bu

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What a time saver! This is a bank of 135 questions on exponent rules, operations with radical expressions and rational exponents. There 27 different types of questions, with 5 of each type for practice. An answer key is included.
The following topics are covered in this file:
-exponent rules
-simp

I teach an Algebra 2 class over a two year period to at-risk kids. Using task cards helps to decrease their anxiety level with some of the more complex mathematics.
These task cards were created using PowerPoint. There are 100 cards that can be printed out on card stock. After printing, laminating

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Integrate technology and mathematical skill building with this activity for students! The activity is best conducted as both an introduction for students to Desmos online graphing calculator as well as an assignment that involves operations like simplifying, multiplying, and dividing rational expre

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Simplify Rational Expressions Floor Puzzle
• This is 16 simplify rational expression problems using all 4 operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing) FACTORING IS REQUIRED
• There are 4 versions of this puzzle (same problems) you can choose how you will use it based on your classroom

This is a 20 question document that I have used in a College Algebra class. It can be used as a test or a review. The first 12 questions are factoring various trinomials. Some of the trinomials have a leading coefficient, and others do not. The next 8 questions involve rational expressions and v

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89 questions
finding values of variable that make the expression undefined, simplifying an expression, multiplying, dividing, adding, subtracting, and simplifying complex fractions

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After struggling for years to get kids to relearn how to add fractions correctly, I came up with a "game" they could use to learn how to do it using M & M's. (Candy has its place in our educational system!)
The main idea is to set up equations using M & M's: instead of writing factors like

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This is a basic operational skills worksheet in which students are asked to add and subtract rational expressions. Space has been left to the sides of problems for students to show what they are multiplying by, such as (2x-1)/(2x-1) in order to get common denominators. Difficulty level varies: 1. ra

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This is a great way to review before an exam. This interactive powerpoint Jeopardy game asks questions with varying degrees of difficulty that students can choose. The topics include monomial and polynomial fractions, operations with polynomials and rational expressions and equations with rational e

Rational Expressions Activity: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and it re

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Guided notes teaching how to rewrite terms with rational exponents into radical form, as well as simplifying addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of radical expressions. This is designed to be completed without a calculator. I also have a corresponding assignment of the same name.

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Assignment checking the ability to rewrite terms with rational exponents into radical form, as well as simplify addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of radical expressions. This is designed to be completed without a calculator. I also have corresponding notes of the same name.

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NEW AND UPDATED – I have updated templates and created new templates for my Algebra curriculum.
These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitio

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This is a complete unit used to teach all aspects of operations with rational expressions and solving rational equations. It has 7 Powerpoint lessons. Each can be edited to meet the needs of your specific classes. Each lesson also contains a video that explains the topic. That makes them perfect fo

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Middle/high school: 3 lesson plans that can be used separately or together as a unit--complete with two hand-outs (Factoring Polynomials & Rational Expressions and Equations) that link together the concepts of fractions, polynomials, and rational expressions/equations.
Aligned with common cor

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Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standa

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This is the 1st Unit I have completed with my students in the NYS Algebra 2 Trigonometry curriculum. The topics have been divided up by day and are listed below and in the table of contents on the 2nd page.
Lesson 1: Operations with Polynomials
Lesson 2: Factor using GCF
Lesson 3: Factor Trinomials

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In this Valentine's Day themed math activity, students will simplify 8 rational expressions. These problems are JUST simplifying, no operations involved. Students will need to know how to factor out a GCF, and factor trinomials with a>1. Once they have simplified, they will find their answer on t

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These are activities that can be used to review operations with rational expressions and solving rational equations. Also included are complex fractions and work problems.
Use the types of reviews that students like! I sometimes give a Scavenger Hunt or Relay in the morning to get the students up

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This matching activity is designed for students to practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions.
Matching activities are a fun way for students to engage with the material rather than just completing a worksheet. Also, students are able to receive immediate feedback

With this purchase you will receive a Google Form Quiz on using operations with linear expressions. The instructions are easy to follow for you to make a copy of the quiz to your Google Drive. Then you can assign to your students using Google Classroom or some other method.
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This gives an explanation, with examples, for working with rational expressions (reducing, operations with, and solving equations). It was intended for a lesson guide: but it can also be a handout for discussion, as a guide for homework, or as a good review in a college math course.

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Finding values that make the expression undefined, simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and some rational equations

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Use this as an exit ticket or small-group discussion starter to encourage your Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 students to reflect on operations with rational expressions! Students should write 3-4+ full sentence answers.

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MathSkills reinforces math in three key areas: Pre-Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra. These reproducible activities supplement any math textbook. Pages can be used in the classroom as lesson previews or reviews. The activities are perfect for homework or end-of-unit quizzes.

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The following lesson is both FUN and INFORMATIVE!
* Students use the distributive property to simplify sums and differences of radical expressions with like radicands.
* Students define in their own words and give examples of a radicand.
* Students learn to use the distributive property when

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Students work in groups of two or three to arrange the cards in the correct order to perform the operations. Upon completion groups get approval from the teacher (who initials their paper). Students write down the correct steps and place the cards back into the container and pass it along to the nex

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Students work in groups of two or three to arrange the cards in the correct order to perform the operations. Upon completion groups get approval from the teacher (who initials their paper). Students write down the correct steps and place the cards back into the container and pass it along to the nex

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Giant review of the "main ideas" from Algebra 1. Perfect for going over the concepts "one more time" at the end of the year.
Formatted into 3 matching columns.
* Column 1 - Gives you a problem to review with the class.
* Columns 2 & 3 - Gives students two similar problems to practice, just

18x24 inch poster explaining how to add and subtract rational expressions.

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This 60 question final exam for Algebra 2 works well as a final assessment or as practice for a state test. An editable version is included so you can easily make multiple versions or customize to fit your needs! PowerPoint and Equation Editor (usually built in to PowerPoint) are required to edit t

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HUGE Algebra 1 Practice/Review/Test Includes 500 well chosen representative questions in both multiple choice format and free response. The pdf file includes 5 versions of the test in pdf format; two are free response and three are in multiple choice format.
This resource can be used as a p

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