Radical Equations (with higher indexes) Coloring Activity
Students will practice solving radical equations, including those with higher indexes (square, cube, and fourth roots) through this coloring activity. Several equations are written with rational exponents rather than in radical form. Students must be able to solve both linear and quadratic equations. Extraneous solutions also included.
There are 24 problems total, separated into two columns. Students solve each equation, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the dinosaur according to their matching answers. This could also used as a partner activity in which Partner A does the left side and Partner B does the right side.
This activity was created for an Algebra 2 level class.
This activity works very well in conjunction with my Algebra 2 Radical Functions Unit.
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