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Simplifying Radicals Notes and Puzzle
The first two pages are Cornell Notes with practice problems on simplifying both perfect square root and non-perfect square root radicals. There is also space for students to summarize the lesson. An answer key to the notes is included.
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Simplifying Perfect Radicals TEKS Aligned: A11A
This is a double-sided fill-in-the blank notes page on radicals: perfect square roots and cube roots.
First, the student defines what a radical is. Then, they define square root, write down their perfect squares and work some examples. Next, they w

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

This packet includes notes on adding and subtracting radicals and two assignments. These worksheets can be used for all learners.

Included is notes on multiplying and dividing radicals and two assignments. These can be used for all learners. I can include answer keys to all my assignments if needed.

This is a double-sided notes page over simplifying square roots.The front side begins by having the student label a schematic containing a radical. Next, the student is asked to list the perfect squares. Then, the student is given specific steps as to how to simplify a square root by using perfect s

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

This is a double-sided notes page over working with radicals. The notes teach the student how to add, subtract, multiply and divide (including rationalizing the denominator) radicals. Each section tells the student how to complete the operation and then provides two worked out examples with explanat

This discovery-based product will guide your students through an exploration of simplifying radicals. These notes will cover 2 days of simplifying radical expressions, including one day without variables and one day of simplifying radicals with variables. The notes are student-led, and designed to p

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This set includes notes pages on Simplifying Radicals, as well as some practice questions with an answer key. Beginning with perfect squares, the pages work through simplifying many types of radicals (including those with variables). Two methods are explained and used in these notes to provide multi

Simplifying Radicals notes and practice(3 pages total: two pages of notes and one page of practice)On the 2 pages of notes students learn how to simplify radicals and rationalize the denominator. The notes contain 18 problems for the teacher to guide the students through. The practice page consists

Simplifying Radicals Notes
This foldable is great for an interactive notebook!
It includes labeling the parts of a radical and two ways of simplifying radicals.
1. Find the prime factorization then pull out the pairs
2. Break down into two radicals, one being a perfect square
Enjoy!

Study guide or review sheet for exponents and radicals. Notes include exponent rules, radical rules, simplifying radicals and rationalizing the denominator, all with examples. Great review for Algebra EOC Tests!

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Scaffold notes of how to simplify radicals, the process on how to do it, along with some needed background information (ex. prime numbers, etc.). The assignment is a way to practice how to simplify radicals whether they're in the numerator or denominator. **Bonus Included** - extra examples with eas

Use these guided notes to introduce simplifying radicals to your students! These notes teach students to simplify radicals through prime factorization which I found works great with struggling students!

We will learn how to solve equations containing one or two radical terms.

Also included in: Unit 4: Rational & Radical Functions

This is a set of notes to be glued or taped into an interactive math journal. Notes include the methods for adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and simplifying square roots as required by the 8th grade common core standards.
Notes for Teachers:
My students use these in their interactive mat

This is a powerpoint presentation that is intended to be an introduction to simplifying radicals when the number under the radical isn't a perfect square.
The slide has animations but no text as it is intended to be used along with a teacher lecturing/discussing with the class.
The method shown ha

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Do your students dread quadratics? Do they tell you how difficult it is to understand the Algebra, let alone the graphing? After years of watching my students struggle, I finally put together these interactive, guided notes. And I don't mind telling you, I think this is one of my best Units!
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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

Also included in: Algebra 2 Activities Growing Bundle

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