Students like Partner Problems because they can work together to complete the problems that they've been given. This one has ten problems for each to work on solving equations containing square roots. Some require the student to square the equation twice in order to completely remove the radicals.
Students are "paired up" – working with the student next to them. The questions on each of the worksheets are similar, so one is not more difficult than the other. The “Partners” can help each other with the work, but can’t copy each other because the problems are actually different.
When the Partners have solved their own problems, they are to compare answers. They are to then “match” their answers with their Partner. If they don’t have matching answers, they need to re-work their problems and find out whose is correct.
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