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# Laws of Exponents Practice Worksheet I

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Maya Khalil
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8th - 11th
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4 pages
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This worksheet served as a great review for my students. It was accurate. The notes typed onto the review were great support to the students.
My students were engaged while using this resource. It was great to have the example problems right before the problems they were assigned.
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1. This bundle is intended for 8th grade or higher. It consists of: Laws of Exponents Practice Worksheets I Laws of Exponents Practice Worksheet II The rules include adding exponents when multiplying powers, subtracting them when dividing, raising a power to another power, simplifying negative exponen
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2. This is a bundle that includes:Laws of Exponents Practice Worksheet ILaws of Exponents Practice Worksheet IILaws of Exponents Cross-Number PuzzlePlease keep in mind that this practice is intended for grade 8 or higher.
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### Description

• This resource is also included in two separate bundles listed above.
• Laws of exponents practice that is intended for 8th grade or higher.
• The laws include adding exponents when multiplying powers, subtracting them when dividing, raising a power to another power, simplifying negative exponents, and applying exponents to fractions.
• The preview above shows the answer key. Each section starts with a clear example; however, this practice is not intended for 6th or 7th grade.

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• This resource has been created with fonts that exist in Microsoft PowerPoint. No fonts have been downloaded, purchased, or acquired by any other means.
• All included equations have been created with the Equation tool available in PowerPoint.
• All included math diagrams have been created from scratch using lines and shapes that come with Microsoft PowerPoint.
• No clip arts, whether from a computer library or online, have been included in any part of this resource.
• No part of this resource has been designed with the aide of a graphic design website, software, or otherwise.
Total Pages
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### Standards

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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.