INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY

INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
INTEGER EXPONENTS ACTIVITY
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(4 MB|16 pages)
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WARNING: This activity is CHALLENGING (but in a good way)!

If you’re looking for an engaging, hands-on activity that will challenge your students, while developing number sense, critical thinking skills, and perseverance, then THIS is exactly what you need!! Students must place the digits, 0 - 9, into a set of equations making each one true. Each digit can only be used one time, so it’s not nearly as easy as it looks and will require some serious determination and problem-solving skills!

What's Included?

  • 10 Task Cards (5-6 problems on each)
  • Sets of Number Tiles (to print and cut out)
  • Student Record Sheets
  • Answer Key

The level of difficulty increases as you move from task card #1 (easiest) to task card #10 (most difficult), so you can easily differentiate to meet your students’ needs.

Mathematical concepts covered in THIS download:

  • Multiply Expressions with the Same Base OR Different Bases and the Same Exponent
  • Divide Expressions with the Same Base
  • Raise a Power to a Power
  • Zero Power Property
  • Negative Exponents

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Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions. For example, 3² × (3⁻⁵) = (3⁻³) = 1/3³ = 1/27.
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