# Rules of Exponents Bundle

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- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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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CCSS8.EE.A.1

Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions. For example, 3² × (3⁻⁵) = (3⁻³) = 1/3³ = 1/27.

Total Pages

10 pages

Answer Key

Included

Teaching Duration

N/A

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