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This activity tests a student's ability to work with rational expressions by finding the perimeters (add), areas (multiply) and side lengths (divide) of rectangles. Students like the link between rationals and finding areas and perimeters. Key with fully factored answers and grading rubric included.

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This matching activity has students simplifying rational expressions and matching them to the correct answer. Includes simplifying by GCF, factoring when a = 1 and when a does not equal one.

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Simplifying Rational Expressions Scavenger Hunt
The objective of this scavenger hunt activity is to practice simplifying rational expressions by factoring. There are 12 total problems that just need to be printed and posted throughout the classroom and hallway. Students are put into groups of 2-3 a

Partner Power activities are practical and fun for students!
This activity consists of twenty rational expressions (ten for each partner). Students will be required to simplify the algebraic fractions by factoring.
Use this activity for practice, as a review, as a math center, or as an assignment

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This activity has students start with the "START" card, solve the problem on that card to find the solution, then find the solution on one of the other cards and circle the correct solution. Students continue this process until the "START" card is connected to the "END" card.
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This is a set of 2 mazes designed to give students practice simplifying rational expressions without using a plain worksheet. When I give my students activities like this, I usually ask that they turn in a sheet of paper that has all of their work on it so that I can see they actually figured the pr

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Simplifying Rational Expressions - Golf Game:
This is a fun way to work through practice problems with rational expressions. (Polynomials in numerator and denominator - requires factoring)
Students "play" each hole on the course (5 hole-worksheet) by pulling a "driver" card, then an "iron" and t

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice simplifying rational expressions, they can learn about modern artist Maya Lin!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds wh

This is a PDF document.
You can use these cards in a variety of ways. I place them around the room. I allow students two minutes to work on the problem then have students rotate to the next problem. I allow students to check their answers at the end. You could have students remain seated and just

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This worksheet focuses on the Math 7 Common Core Standards 7.EE.1 and 7.EE.2. With this worksheet, students will practice simplifying rational expressions. This includes signed fractions and decimals.
I included the standards as

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Simplifying Rational Expressions - A set of 20 task cards to help students practice how to simplify rational expressions by factoring the numerator and denominator completely and cancelling out the common factors. This activity includes problems with different levels of difficulty which is perfect f

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Looking for a fun, rigorous instructional resource for simplifying rational expressions? Why not give coloring pages a try?
This Simplifying Rational Expressions Coloring Page will aid in student concentration and engagement, plus coloring has proven relaxation and stress relieving benefits. Somet

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This foldable organizes notes/ definitions and 12 practice problems for simplifying rational expressions. They are broken down into the following types of problems:
• Identifying Excluded Values
• Dividing out a Monomial
• Dividing out a Binomial
• Recognizing Opposites
This foldable is PERFE

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Teachers will download 30 absolute value task cards for teaching 6th, 7th and 8th (middle school) grade students. They work well in classroom math centers or stations as a review, test prep, formative assessment or as extra practice for students with special education or autism. Ideas for games and

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This is a game to help students practice simplifying rational expressions in a fun, competitive way. Students will be grouped in teams, and each team will be working to simplify the expression and get a chance to shoot the ball (or item of your choice) into the bucket (or trash can). The questions

Get students out of their seats and simplifying radical expressions with this interactive scavenger hunt. Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing (rationalizing) radical expressions. All expressions are numerical only. There are 12 practice problems included in the a

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This is a great activity for students to simplify rational expressions. Students will solve 15 problems of varying levels. The answers will come together to complete a riddle! Enjoy!

Algebra Meet Your Match is a great way to review specific math skills. Students are given one or more "Meet Your Match" cards. When the teacher says go, students try to pair up with their equivalent partner. Consider timing the activity. This activity can be done in small groups or with the entire c

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• 12 simplify rational expressions
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• Some expressions are factoring a trinomial and some a GCF
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Integrate technology and mathematical skill building with this activity for students! The activity is best conducted as both an introduction for students to Desmos online graphing calculator as well as an assignment that involves operations like simplifying, multiplying, and dividing rational expre

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A play on the Choose Your Own Adventure books of your childhood, a Choose Your Own Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of t

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This is a complete lesson plan on simplifying rational expressions. It includes examples on simplifying monomial expressions as well as polynomials in the numerator and denominator. Students will factor the polynomials first to simplify the expressions.
This lesson includes an opening activity, mi

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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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This ❤ Digital Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Simplify

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Simplify Rational Expressions Task Cards
Want to get your kids talking and interacting in productive math talk. Task cards are the one of the keys! I put my kids in pairs to do these. The amount of “math talk” is amazing.
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16 questions involving factoring the GCF and or factoring a tr

This activity sheet provides an explanation on how to simplify rational expressions that include monomials, binomials and polynomials. The explanation includes 3 different examples. The graphing calculator is used to confirm that two rational expressions are equal. Twelve practice problems are in

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Simplifying Rational Expressions 1 – Math Puzzle
I’ve included two different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only two pages and it great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice with in class or at home. The larger size requires 8 pieces of paper and qu

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Students factor, then multiply and simplify rational expressions. Two letters at the bottom of each box help students check their answers to fill in the answer to the joke on the second page.

Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”
The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level

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Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”
The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level

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Objective: This is an activity to help students understand simplifying radical expressions. Students should be able to simplify square roots, cube roots, and be able to rationalize the denominator when taking square roots of fractions. Students enjoy relaxing and coloring the picture after they have

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Doodle-ing Math Stations Activity
Students will practice simplifying rational expressions. As they work through their 12 problems, it will lead them to draw, color or complete the story. Their answers will lead to a complete picture of the scarecrow and a fun story about a teacher (editable versio

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The following activity is great for students, as it provides them with the opportunity to collaboratively re-enforce the information learned in "Simplifying Rational Expressions."
* Students work in groups of 3 to 4 and select team positions.
* Students work independently and then collaborativel

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Excited to share this power point on "Simplifying Rational Expressions with GUIDED NOTES"
* Students begin the lesson with a review of key terms, explaining in their own words and giving examples.
* Students note similarities and differences between rational numbers and rational expressions.
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This product has 6 non-simplified rational expressions that can be simplified by factoring out common factors and an organizer/workspace.
There are two tables with three problems in each. The non-simplified expressions are in bold among factors and answers.
The students first find a non-simplifi

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Students work in groups of three. In each relay, students will be assigned different roles. The first student factors each numerator and denominator by looking for quadratics or greatest common factors. The paper is passed to the second student who determines whether the second fracti

In this Valentine's Day themed math activity, students will simplify 8 rational expressions. These problems are JUST simplifying, no operations involved. Students will need to know how to factor out a GCF, and factor trinomials with a>1. Once they have simplified, they will find their answer on t

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Simplifying Rational Expressions - Notes AND Mad Lib!
This is the perfect combination for your students! With this purchase, you will receive notes with vocabulary and examples, along with an answer key. There is also a Mad Lib activity that is a great, engaging way to have your students practice s

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Simplifying Rational Expressions with Complex Numbers. Let's face it, most students do not enjoy simplifying these expressions, but when we go from just a page out of the book with problems or a plain worksheet with problems to a fun worksheet with clues to design their own alien it becomes a lot mo

In this activity, students will simplify rational expressions, multiply, and divide rational expressions. Students will be able to click and drag factors from a "factor bank" to create the solutions.
Why you should use Google Interactives:
-Keeps students engaged.
-Uses technology instead of works

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This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice simplifying rational expressions with a fun St. Patrick's Day theme! Students match expressions to reveal the answer to a riddle, so students will know right away if they've simplified correctly! The file contains the student worksheet and te

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This walk around activity is amazing. It keeps ALL students engaged, having fun, while being assessed all at the same time. Students start at any problem and locate the answer on another page which includes a letter which will spell out a riddle at the end. Check out the preview page and how it l

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This is an activity that promotes student-to-student discourse. It can be used a guided math "station."
Three students will be given a set of “Simplifying Equivalent Expressions” cards. Divide the cards so that each student has a red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, and pink card. Even thoug

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This worksheet provides a quick review of how to simplify rational expressions.
I use this activity within cooperative groups, and I circulate to make sure they are getting the purpose of the questions.
The file includes spiral review problems.
This worksheet is intended to be written on direct

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Cut and Paste Activity
Students must match a graph to a given rational equation. Then find the simplified form of the expression and the excluded values.
This could be an in-class activity, group work, or a homework/project assignment.
9 pages including title and solutions.
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This is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to simplify rational expressions. It is a great tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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This is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions. It is a good tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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Incorporate Reading and Writing in Mathematics with this series of PowerPoint presentations! For classroom instruction, this product is best when used with a LCD Projector. For individual or small group instruction, any delivery method will suffice. This file provides bell ringer activities for the

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Let's Do Lunch is a twist on the traditional clock buddy method. Schedule your lunch date and solve the problem(s) together. You can set a time limit for each lunch date, use it as a warm up, quick assessment, or a fun classroom activity! Get your kids up and moving!

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Simplifying Rational Expressions (with multiplication and division) Scavenger Hunt

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A 16 problem circuit training exercise. You start in the first box, find the answer in another box. That new box is numbered two and then find the answer to that box. Continue until the worksheet is complete and you find the answer found in the first box. Self-checking!
This hits sum/difference

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Matching - Simplifying Rational Expressions with multiplication and division

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