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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Finding Possible Roots of Polynomial Functions using Rational Root Theorem". There are 17 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 15 questions out of the 17 provided to get to the end of the maze.
The polynomi

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This self checking worksheet uses a quadratic base, but the equations have different exponents. Some are whole numbers, some fractions and some negative whole numbers: 3x^(2/5) - 4x^(1/5) - 4 = 0 also x^10 - 34x^5 + 64 = 0 and 24x^(-4) - 41x^(-2) + 12 = 0. The students must be able to wo

This PowerPoint is set up to introduce students to some key concepts about reducing algebraic fractions (rational expressions). They try a few simple problems and together you explore how they know what's right and wrong, and more importantly, why. Through this process we develop some procedures t

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This self checking worksheet uses a quadratic base, but the equations have different exponents as well as an additional step to solve at the end. Some are whole numbers, some fractions and some negative whole numbers: 3(2x+4)^(2/5) - 4(2x+4)x^(1/5) - 4 = 0 and (2x)^8 - 34(2x)^4 + 64 = 0. The student

Included are 40 digital posters (list of words below) for a vocabulary word wall in Algebra 2/PreCalculus! I use this product in my classroom as part of a larger display. As we cover a topic, I post the word wall poster. Then, before each summative test, we use the word wall as a place for review. A

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This bundle contains seven self checking puzzle worksheets on complex numbers: one on adding and subtracting, two on multiplying, one on division and the other three are review worksheets. The answer to a puzzle will appear at the bottom of each worksheet once the solutions are found.
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This lesson refreshes students in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, or Pre Calculus about exponent rules. Emphasis is placed on expressing answers without negative or fractional exponents. Homework is assigned at the end of the lesson.
Lesson# 002
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Smart Notebook lesson (8 slides)
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- Pythagorean Identities
- Reciprocal identities
- Quotient identities
- Use identities to simplify expressions
- Co-function identities
- Odd-even identities
- Simplify expressions by factoring and using identities
- Simplify expressions by expanding and using identities
- Simplify expressions by c

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- Pythagorean Identities
- Reciprocal identities
- Quotient identities
- Use identities to simplify expressions
- Co-function identities
- Odd-even identities
- Simplify expressions by factoring and using identities
- Simplify expressions by expanding and using identities
- Simplify expressions by c

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- Pythagorean Identities
- Reciprocal identities
- Quotient identities
- Use identities to simplify expressions
- Co-function identities
- Odd-even identities
- Simplify expressions by factoring and using identities
- Simplify expressions by expanding and using identities
- Simplify expressions by c

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