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Radical Operations Bingo
This bingo game was created for students to review operations with radicals, including: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Rationalizing the denominator is required for division. All answers are written in simplest radical form. This is a PowerPoint game that

Students will practice practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radicals. For multiplication, students must be able to multiply a monomial times a binomial and a binomial times a binomial. For division, rationalizing the denominator is required on some problems.
There are 20 prob

Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radicals. For multiplication, students must be able to multiply a monomial times a binomial and a binomial times a binomial. For division, rationalizing the denominator is required along with multiplying by a conjugate. Higher

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I use this to review operations with radicals -- adding, subtracting, multiplying and rationalizing the denominator -- with my Algebra 1 classes. All problems and/or answers also require simplifying radicals.
More fun reviews for Radicals:
Simplifying Radicals Relay
Operations with Radicals Rel

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Interactive Notebook Foldable
Simplifying Radicals
Performing Operations with Radicals
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BUNDLE: 5.2 Simplifying Radicals and Radical Operations
Bell to Bell Lesson PowerPoint: Simplifying Radicals and Performing Radical Operations
Quiz (3 versions and

This activity is a more difficult version of my Radical Operations Stations Activity designed to challenge more advanced students! Two versions of this activity are described including stations (to encourage movement in the classroom) and a small group work activity (to emphasize peer learning).
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Great double sided worksheet on simplifying complex numbers and radicals. The backside has operations with complex numbers and radicals, addition, subtracting and multiplying. It really helps students grasp the concept and usually takes 45-55 minutes to complete. Check out my other worksheets.

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These guided notes are very detailed. They explain the steps for simplifying radicals, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and distributing radicals. The notes do not include radicands that have variables.

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This product is for a bundle of 5 activities for an entire unit on radicals. The bundle can greatly compliment any lesson plans you have on simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radicals.
Four (4) of the activities include 16 task cards and a riddle for students to solve. The

This product is a set of questions for simplifying (with and without variables), adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing radicals. While students work, they are given the task of finding the correct sequence for solving the problems.
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This activity is designed for use during unit or course review. Two versions of this activity are described including stations (to encourage movement in the classroom) and a small group work activity (to emphasize peer learning).
Radical operations represented:
Simplifying
Adding (Including recogn

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Spiral review packet of over 60 problems that I gave to my students over Thanksgiving break. The problems include the following categories:
Exponent Rules: Product, Quotient, Power, and Negative Exponents
Radicals: Simplifying, Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide (with the conjugate)
Polynomials:

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All radical operations presented as shaded area problems. Students must use multiplication, addition and subtraction to solve shaded area problems. Assumes student knows area formulas.Standard worksheet12 problemsThis product is included in the Radicals Expressions and Equations** If you are alread

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Divide students into groups of four. Each group will receive a set of placements (1-3, depending on time). Each student will complete his/her problem on a whiteboard. After all members of the group have finished, the group will add all of their answers together. One student will write the sum of the

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Power Point includes the following information on radicals:
-Simplifying radicals
-Adding/subtracting radicals
-Multiplying radicals
-Binomial radical multipliction

This Bundle provides a comprehensive Lesson/INB/Assessment on Simplifying Radicals and Performing Radical Operations.
Bell to Bell PowerPoint Lesson
***Dynamic animation throughout (Choose-Slideshow-From Beginning then click
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Interactive Notebook Foldable
Quiz (3 versions with

This bundle includes Radical Operations Stations and Radical Operations Stations (Challenging!) for two levels of interactive activities for your students! Two versions of these activities are described including stations (to encourage movement in the classroom) and a small group work activity (to

The student will be able to simplify problems that contain radicals.The student will be able to solve problems in which they apply operations of radicals.

Need a quiz over foundational Algebra I skills? This short 13 - question quiz assesses all of the laws of exponents, radical operations, rationalizing the denominator, and geometric sequence/exponential functions.

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Simplifying Radicals and Performing Operations Quiz
Three Versions: Quiz, Retake and Final with Keys
Our Quiz Procedure: We Review in class (see Lesson PowerPoint), give the quiz then correct it. Next we have the students talk to their partner to gain other help. If they did not get 100%, students

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Students will simplify 24 radical expressions (mixture of simplify, multiply, add/subtract, multipy binomials, divide) and find the answer on the next page which will match to a letter. As they complete the problems and fill in the letters the punchline to "What happened to the constipated mathemati

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Students create a concept map to review the operations of radicals.

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People have been asking me for this and NOW, IT'S AVAILABLE! Here is an Algebra 2 course that feeds into my Pre-AP* Pre-calculus and AP* Calculus AB Complete Courses that many of you have purchased/downloaded here on TpT!
Units of study include:
1) Basic Algebraic Properties and Structures
2) Ba

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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