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This foldable is organized into the following 4 tabs:
• Simplifying Radicals
• Exponential Form to Radical Form
• Radical Form to Exponential
• Simplifying Rational Exponents
PERFECT for interactive math notebooks.
Directions & an answer key are provided!
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This is a mini-bundle designed specifically for an Algebra 1 class in Texas. Specific TEKS covered are A11A & A11B. This mini-bundle makes a great mini unit after an exponents unit or at the end of the year right before the STAAR test. A Lesson plan is also included specific to these TEKS. Key

This is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to convert between radical expressions and expressions with rational exponents. It is a great tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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This is a great activity that allows students to practice going between rational exponents and radicals. You can use the cards as a whole class activity where each student finds their partner or print out multiple sets and have students match them.
Either way, this is a great way to practice ratio

Students cut apart triangles and then match the sides to form a larger triangle. Students match a radical expression to an equivalent expression written in rational exponent form. To make it a little more challenging than simply re-writing between radical form and rational exponent form, problems re

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I totally enjoy teaching students about radicals, and Rational Exponents are especially fun!
* In this lesson, students learn about Radial Notation
* Students learn about Rational Exponent Notation
* Students learn that the Product of Powers Property holds true for fractional exponents
* St

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Algebra 1 Radicals and Rational Exponents in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to simplify expressions with rat

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This is a one-sided review page over Simplifying Radicals and expressions containing Rational Exponents. TEKS Aligned: A11A & A11B On questions 1-8, the student is asked to simplify each radical (square root) expression. Questions 9-12 ask the student to simplify a numeric expression with a rati

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Also included in: Radicals & Rational Exponents Mini-Bundle (A11A, A11B)

This is a cumulative quiz over Simplifying Radicals and expressions containing Rational Exponents. TEKS Aligned: A11A & A11B On questions 1-12, the student is asked to simplify each radical (square root) expression. Questions 13-15, the student evaluates each expression containing a rational exp

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Also included in: Radicals & Rational Exponents Mini-Bundle (A11A, A11B)

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In this maze, students will be asked to re-write radicals with rational exponents and rational exponents as radicals.

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- Rational Exponents
- Simplify expressions with rational exponents
- Negative exponents
- Reducing the index of a radical

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- Rational Exponents
- Simplify expressions with rational exponents
- Negative exponents
- Reducing the index of a radical

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- Rational Exponents
- Simplify expressions with rational exponents
- Negative exponents
- Reducing the index of a radical

This is a great 20-question review activity involving converting expressions between radical form and rational exponent form. Each problem is followed by an answer slide so that your students can get immediate feedback. The format also makes this product a great end-of-lesson game. The problem slide

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This unit covers the properties of exponents, roots, and rational exponents. It ties together how all of these concepts are related.
This unit plan only has pure mathematical explanations. It's recommended that the teacher supplements this lesson with some activities.
Included is a test review a

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- Adding and subtracting radicals
- Rationalize denominators
- Multiplying conjugates
- Simplifying nth roots
- Operations with nth roots

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- Principle square root
- Evaluate square roots (radicand perfect, not perfect, fraction, negative)
- Multiply radicals
- Divide radicals
- Simplify radical expressions

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- Adding and subtracting radicals
- Rationalize denominators
- Multiplying conjugates
- Simplifying nth roots
- Operations with nth roots

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- Principle square root
- Evaluate square roots (radicand, perfect, not perfect, fraction, negative)
- Multiply radicals
- Divide radicals
- Simplify radical expressions

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- Principle square root
- Evaluate square roots (radicand perfect, not perfect, fraction, negative)
- Multiply radicals
- Divide radicals
- Simplify radical expressions

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This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on solving equations involving square roots and rational exponents. Problems have one, two, or no solutions. Problems with extraneous solutions are included.
Scavenger hunts are a great way to get students actively engaged. I find that my students work bette

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Self-Contained Learning Handout for Students
Pages 1 and 2 of this documents are for printing a front-back student handout.
Page 3 is the key for the Practice portion.
Included in the printable student handout:
*Student learning objective starts the lesson right
*Basic notes for class discussion a

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