Rules of Exponents Bundle

Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
Rules of Exponents Bundle
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  1. Students simplify expressions using the Multiplication Rule Of Exponents to solve a riddle.Expressions include variables with positive and negative exponents, a few use scientific notation.Sample expressions:x(x²)(x³)(3y²)(5y²)★★★  Related Products  ★★★#B260 - Rules of Exponents Bundle#263 - Rules o
  2. Students apply the rules of exponents to simplify exponential expressions with variables and scientific notation. The answers can be used to solve a fun maze. Where is the Easter Bunny headed? The deserted island, a yurt, the tattoo parlor, the oven? Sample expressions:(x²)³3.452 x 10²Prerequisite S
  3. Students simplify algebraic expressions using the rules of exponents (multiplication, powers, division) to draw a picture.Sample expressions:4x²/2x(3x²)³★★★  T  E  A  C  H  I  N  G    T  I  P  ★★★As incentive to complete the picture, offer a few bonus points for an exceptional job finishing the pict
  4. Students simplify expressions using all of the Rules Of Exponents to solve a riddle.This is challenging as expressions include positive and negative exponents, scientific notation, fractions, multiplication and division.★★★  Related Products  ★★★#B260 - Rules of Exponents Bundle#265 - Rules of Expon
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This bundle includes three Rules of Exponents activities: a riddle, a maze, and a picture. Each is structured to allow students to check the accuracy of their calculations without an answer key.

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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.
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10 pages
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