In this activity students will learn to change between rational exponents and radicals, evaluate expressions with rational exponents, and use exponent laws to simplify expressions with rational exponents.
Each student will be given a Lie/Legit sign. These signs can be used for all Lie/Legit activities. Problems are displayed one at a time and students answer whether they think that each answer is true or false. I like playing Lie/Legit throughout the school year and keeping a running total of scores for each round.
After finishing the game, students will complete the follow-up problems for homework to better check understanding.
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Algebra 2/Advanced Algebra
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