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This is a maze composed of 14 radical expressions that must be simplified by addition or subtraction. It is a self-worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at using addition and subtraction to simplify radical expressions.
All radical expressions in this maze are numerical radical

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With this activity, students will simplify radical expressions using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. They will then color their answers on the picture according to the directions to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! As an added bonus, the final products make fabulous classr

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Get this as part of a bundle: Algebra II Color by Number Bundle 3: Yet 10 More Skills

This scavenger hunt activity will help students practice solving 16 operations with radicals problems. Students must know how to add, subtract and multiply radicals. Some of the problems require simplifying the radicals first before adding or subtracting. Includes optional student answer sheet for

This is a maze composed of 14 radical expressions that must be simplified by multiplication. It is a self-worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at using multiplication to simplify radical expressions.
All radical expressions in this maze are numerical radical expressions. Ther

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Have your students practice adding, subtracting, and multiplying radical expressions with this fun, self-checking activity. Students answer each problem and then color the simplified radical that matches their solution in the flower. Students can self-correct their work when their answer doesn't mat

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**We are now offering our 4 x 4 math puzzles in a computer format, that takes out the prep work! The computer version for this puzzle can be found here: Computer Math Puzzles – Operations with Radicals. It also includes the printable PDF's that come with this product**
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This activity highlights simplifying radicals and performing operations with radicals including expressions with va

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This bundle includes 2 relay races focusing on Operations on Radicals - No Variables. Students would have to add, subtract, multiply, and divide radicals. Both relay races are sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product:
* Relay

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In these centers, students will practice the following concepts with radicals:
Graphing Radical Functions
Operations with Radicals (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Dividing)
Simplifying Radicals
Rational Exponents
Solving Radical Equations
Operations with Imaginary Numbers
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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
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Operations with Square Roots Scavenger Hunt:
Students will solidify their knowledge of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing square roots by completing 15 problems in a scavenger hunt format. *Answer key included*
Directions:
Print each of the following pages on colored paper and hang arou

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This is a flipbook designed for interactive math notebooks.
The foldable walks students through operations of adding, subtracting, and multiplying radical expressions with either like radicands or unlike radicands.
Under each tab, students will have problems for guided practice. Each problem has

Get this as part of a bundle: Algebra 1 Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions BUNDLE

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This is a lesson that I made for my Algebra 1 classes. It corresponds with Section 10.3 of Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook. I use it to review adding, subtracting, multiplying, and rationalizing the denominator.
This is the fifth lesson I use in my unit on Radicals:
13.1 Simplifying Square

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This is a computer version of our Mixed Operations with Radicals Puzzle . In addition to the computer version you will also receive the hard copies included in Mixed Operations with Radicals PuzzleStudents must match up the radical problem with its simplified form to correctly complete a 4 x 4 grid

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The Scavenger Hunt activity focuses on "Operations on Radicals". There are 16 cards (with 16 questions) that drills the understanding of the following operations:
• Simplifying Radicals (Different indices from 2nd to 6th)
• Adding Radicals
• Subtracting Radicals
• Multiplying Radicals (Mono by B

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A St. Patrick's Day activity for students learning mixed operations with radicals including addition, subtra

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A back to school themed activity for students learning or reviewing mixed operations with radicals including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. This activity is also ideal for a review for students who have already taken Algebra I. Students

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Bell to Bell Lesson Plan
***Dynamic animation throughout (Choose-Slideshow-From Beginning then click
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"Do Now" and "I Can" Statement
Review of Previous Day's Concepts
Quiz Challenge Question
Simplifying Radicals
Performing Operations on Radicals
8th Grade Math
8.NS.3
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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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Objective: Add, subtract, multiply and divide radical expressions.
These algebra lessons were adapted for Smartboard and contain lots of problems and hidden answers. Most lessons contain step by step instructions and word/real life problems. The students love going up to the SmartBoard to solve t

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A great way to get students up and moving around the room. There are 15 different problems including word problems that ask students to simplify, add, subtract and multiply radicals. The scavenger hunt can be used as extra practice, as a station or as a test review!

In this activity, students simplify, add, subtract, and multiply radicals. Answer choices are given to help students feel more confident in their work, but there are decoy answers to keep them from using process of elimination too easily! Each answer corresponds with a color that will be used on t

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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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This is an Algebra I lesson designed to teach students how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide radicals. It also covers solving radical proportions.

PowerPoint on more operations with radicals such as distributive property, FOIL, rationalizing the denominator; includes sample foldable

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Using the Cornell style of notes, the left column is left open for notes. These notes use sections based on Prentice Hall Mathematics Illinois Algebra 1 book. However, it covers general radical operations. It also includes a writing prompt at the end of each day.

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This is great for using as a graded check-in or exit slip after learning how to add, subtract, multiply and divide radicals but prior to a quiz or a test. It is intended to give students feedback. This could also be used as an assessment.

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With this no-prep activity, students will simplify radical expressions using addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Then, they will find their answer on the abstract picture and fill in the space with a given pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final produc

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Get this as part of a bundle: Algebra II Zen Math Bundle 1

This is a short quiz assessing student's proficiency in adding, subtracting, multiplying and simplifying radicals.

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This is a four question ticket out the door assessing students proficiency in simplifying and adding, subtracting and multiplying radicals.

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Adding and Subtracting Radicals incorporates basic addition and subtraction with the same base root along with square roots that must be simplified before they are combined. This is a self-grading assignment that you will not need to put any effort into. All you need to look at is the thumbnail o

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing radicals without variables.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze, Tarsia Puzzle, and a Message Decoder
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This tarsia puzzle is a great way for students to review their skills with adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing radicals. The solution to the puzzle is included.

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This message decoder is a great way for students to practice their skills with adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing radicals. The solution to each puzzle is included.

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Students will work in small groups or individually to play this Jeopardy game. Operations include: Simplifying, Multiplying, Adding, Subtracting, Distributing, FOILing, and Rationalizing. This game is provided as Smart Board Activity, but is also offered as a PowerPoint.

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