This activity gives learners the opportunity to express the square root of non-perfect square, whole numbers in simplest radical form.
In short, students will be given 18 square roots that need to be simplified. I start the activity by having students simplify these square roots on a separate piece of paper. Once they have rewritten all of the square roots in simplest radical form, learners will cut out the 36 answer cards and paste them in the appropriate places on their worksheet.
This resource contains 36 answer cards, a student worksheet, directions, and an answer key!
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