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This 18- question, triangle- shaped puzzle provides students with practice working with rational exponents. The following skills are included:
• Properties of Exponents with Rational Exponents (Product Property, Quotient Property, Power to a Power)
• Simplifying Expressions involving Rational Expo

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This maze is part of :
☑ Maze - BUNDLE Properties of Exponents
☑ Maze - BUNDLE Working with Rational Exponents
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Express Rational Exponent in Radical Form" as it requires students to use the definition in switching a rational exponent into

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Also included in: Maze - BUNDLE Rational Exponents

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This multiple choice puzzle will offer practice on simplifying and evaluating exponential expressions involving rational exponents and radical expressions. When students simplify the expression and choose the correct response, they will be completing a fact about the Winter Olympic games. Included

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This is a domino style game in which students match rational exponents with their radical expressions. There are a total of 12 dominos. There is a start domino and a finish domino- they do not make a complete loop.

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This set of Rational Exponent and Radicals Task Cards is designed for classroom use in pairs, small groups, or by individuals. There are a variety of cards included which focus on the conversion to both simplest exponential form and simplest radical form.

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Hello Math Teachers! Worksheet focuses on rewriting expressions involving radicals and rational exponents using the properties of exponents and operations of integer exponents to radical expressions. Includes matching, true false, and solving by leaving answers as both a radical and with a fractiona

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Also included in: Math Test Prep Algebra 1 "Beat the F.S.A." Algebra 1 Bundle 1

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The puzzle has 30 problems where students must practice converting rational exponents to radical expressions. Students also need to simplify using laws of exponents, but do not need to rationalize the denominator. This activity will encourage mathematical discourse as students self-check their answe

This combo set includes 3 worksheets for less than the cost of buying them individually! Includes: Working with Exponents IV (converting between Exponential and Radical form, and simplifying with rational exponents and "nice" numbers), and Va and Vb (Simplifying expressions with rational exponents o

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As our EOC format changes from multiple choice to computer-based and performance-based testing, our assessments must change as well.
This rigorous quiz bundle contains 4 quiz versions and assesses student ability to convert between rational exponents and radicals, as well as solve equations with ra

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Get students moving around the room and working together to work with rational exponents and radical expressions on these 8 Station Cards. Includes a student recording sheet and teacher answer key.
These stations require knowledge of:
- Simplifying expressions with rational exponents
- Rewr

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- Find the nth roots of numbers
- Evaluate expressions with rational exponents
- Solving Equations using nth roots
- Using properties of rational exponents
- Use properties of radicals
- Adding & subtracting roots and radicals
- Perform function operations
- Find the composition

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Scaffolded NOTES of a short introduction (or review) to rational numbers, rational exponents, and converting rational exponents to radical expressions.
HOMEWORK, ACTIVITY, and BUNDLE for this product can be found at:
Homework: Rational Exponents and Radical Expressions Introduction
Activity: GO F

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Go Fish ACTIVITY to solidify a short introduction (or review) to rational numbers, rational exponents, and converting rational exponents to radical expressions.
HOMEWORK, ACTIVITY, and BUNDLE for this product can be found at:
Notes: Rational Exponents and Radical Expressions Introduction
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BUNDLE - Scaffolded NOTES, HOMEWORK, and ACTIVITY of a short introduction (or review) to rational numbers, rational exponents, and converting rational exponents to radical expressions.
The individual products for this bundle can be found here:
Notes: Rational Exponents and Radical Expressions Intr

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This is a great activity to engage students to work collaboratively to review simplifying expressions with rational exponents, simplifying radical expressions, and solving radical equations. I use this activity in Algebra 2.
There are 9 multiple choice questions (stations) to be scattered around th

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In this lesson students learn how to convert rational exponents to radicals. This aligns with part of Common Core standard HSN.RN.A.2. This lesson plan includes a riddle for students to solve, a warm up question, an exit ticket, an optional homework assignment.

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MY APPROACH TO TEACHING and to the offered UNITS on this website is to pepper the worksheets (and, optionally, the quizzes) with informational guides that serve as text-book-like how-to instructions. How the teacher puts it all together is left to that teacher's unique approach to teaching. In othe

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This worksheet is designed to help students with the topic of rational exponents and radicals.
I start out class with the student notes page, which has several examples of what today's lesson will be about. Once we finish doing the notes together, I have them get to work within their groups on thi

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In this short activity, students will simplify and calculate expressions with radical exponents or radicals without using a calculator. Along the way they will learn some facts about the Winter Olympic Games. This will probably take the students 10-15 minutes to complete.

This worksheet provides six, high-quality, Algebra II PARCC prep questions and answers on rational exponents and is Common Core aligned to standard HS.N.RN.A.2

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This quiz includes 22 questions on Rational Exponents and Radical Functions.

An introductory lesson on rational exponents and radicals.

HOMEWORK or classwork to solidify a short introduction (or review) to rational numbers, rational exponents, and converting rational exponents to radical expressions.
HOMEWORK, ACTIVITY, and BUNDLE for this product can be found at:
Notes: Rational Exponents and Radical Expressions Introduction
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This HUGE (over 550 pages) Algebra 2 bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 15 units of study, perfect for Algebra 2 students. There are over 195 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the s

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