This is a handout designed as a reference sheet for the Rules of Exponents. For each rule, it gives a quick description of the rule, an example using variables, and a numerical example.
Algebra 1 Common Core Standard: N.RN.1, N.RN.2
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These are Guided Notes designed to teach students to understand and apply the Rules of Exponents.
For each rule, the notes list the rule, give a verbal description of how to apply it, and take the students through 2-4 examples.
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