This is a one-sided notes page over evaluating simple expressions containing rational exponents.
The first definition given only defines x^(1/n). The definition is given and then four examples follow where the teacher can explain. Four more examples follow after that where the student can practice.
The 2nd definition defines x^(m/n) and is followed by 3 examples where the teacher can explain. Next, 3 more examples follow where the student can give it a try. Key included.
Follow these notes up with my Rational Exponents Coloring Activity
for a full day's lesson plan on Rational Exponents.
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My other Algebra 1 Simplifying Radicals resources include:
Intro to Radicals Notes
Simplifying Radicals Notes
Simplifying Radicals Coloring Activity
Rational Exponents Notes
Rational Exponents Coloring Activity
Simplifying Radicals Applications
Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying & Dividing Radicals
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