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"Working with Fractions" is a lesson written in an informal monologue like I use when giving private lessons or tutoring. Because I have already written the words as if spoken to another person, this lesson is ideal for homeschooling teachers or self-teachers who are not familiar with fractions.

Fraction Basics:
A fraction is a way of showing a relation between a “PART” and a “WHOLE”
Visual handout for students to see the parts of a fraction and where to put them.
UPDATED*** Now has reducing fractions as well as more...
11 paged of extended fractions explained with visuals!

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I created this PowerPoint to show students how to simplify complex fractions. I use this right after Section 11.4 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 Textbook. It helps them to review all the operations with rational numbers -- adding, subtracting, multiplying & dividing. It also gives them exp

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This lesson was designed to teach Section 11.2 in the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook. It is a PowerPoint lesson that shows students how to multiply and divide rational expressions. There are two videos in the lesson -- one that shows a multiplication problem being worked, and the other that s

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I use this lesson to show my students how to add and subtract rational expressions that have common denominators. This corresponds to Section 11.4 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook. I break this lesson into two days -- Day 1: I show them how to add and subtract with like denominators; Day

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This Powerpoint lesson coordinates with Section 11.1 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook. I created it for my Algebra 1 classes to show how to simplify algebraic fractions. It is the first lesson I use to teach Rational Expressions.
There is a video in this lesson which makes it perfect wh

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I use this lesson to show my students how to add and subtract rational expressions that do not have common denominators. This corresponds to Section 11.4 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook. I break this lesson into two days -- Day 1: I show them how to add and subtract with like denominato

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This PowerPoint lesson is designed to go with Section 11.5 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 Textbook. It shows the steps for solving a rational equation by finding the LCD, then multiplying each term in the equation by the LCD.
There is a video in the lesson which makes it great to use on days

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I created this PowerPoint to show students how to solve work problems. It includes a copy of the problems in the presentation that I give to the students to make taking notes a little easier.
There is a video in the presentation will makes it perfect to use when you have a substitute, or for home s

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- Principle square root
- Evaluate square roots (radicand perfect, not perfect, fraction, negative)
- Multiply radicals
- Divide radicals
- Simplify radical expressions
- Adding and subtracting radicals
- Rationalize denominators
- Multiplying conjugates
- Simplifying nth roots
- Operations with nth

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- Principle square root
- Evaluate square roots (radicand perfect, not perfect, fraction, negative)
- Multiply radicals
- Divide radicals
- Simplify radical expressions
- Adding and subtracting radicals
- Rationalize denominators
- Multiplying conjugates
- Simplifying nth roots
- Operations with nth

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- Principle square root
- Evaluate square roots (radicand perfect, not perfect, fraction, negative)
- Multiply radicals
- Divide radicals
- Simplify radical expressions
- Adding and subtracting radicals
- Rationalize denominators
- Multiplying conjugates
- Simplifying nth roots
- Operations with nth

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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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