Notes and Practice - first two pages deal with the parts of a radical, last two pages deal with how to simplify a radical using the factor tree method.
If you buy this PDF version and want to make changes, just message me and I'll gladly provide a free, fully editable Word Version so you can make changes to fit your needs! I didn't post the Word Version in case there were problems with different versions/updates of the program.
In Algebra 2, I teach this concept within my Complex Numbers Unit, on the way to my various units on solving quadratics. I like several short units on these topics instead of one large unit. =)
Can be used in an Interactive Notebook.
Examples for simplifying are Algebra 2 minded, but can easily be altered to fit your classroom needs. Notes apply to Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, & College Algebra.
Answer key coming soon!