Simplifying a Radical for Busy Teachers

Simplifying a Radical for Busy Teachers
Simplifying a Radical for Busy Teachers
Simplifying a Radical for Busy Teachers
Simplifying a Radical for Busy Teachers
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Simplifying a Radical using inspection or using prime factorization.
3 Pages: Handout (Lesson) / Worksheet / Key
Equation editor software within MS Word is used for a clear, professional look.
Word is needed to print. MathType is needed to edit equations.

Page 1 is a handout that clearly and concisely articulates two methods for simplifying a radical (i.e. no calculator) -- inspection (looking for perfect square factors) and prime factorization (looking for pairs of identical factors). Examples are included for each method.

Page 2 is an 18-question worksheet with room for student work.

Page 3 is the KEY for Page 2 (questions with answers).

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Copyright 2010, Thad J. Ackerman

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