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Practice worksheet for applying the rules of exponents. The rules here include adding exponents when multiplying, raising an exponent to another power, and simplifying negative exponents.
Each section starts with a clear example. However, this

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This is a concrete way of explaining adding integers before introducing students to the actual rules. Students here can see how adding integers works on a number line as well as by using "+" and "-" signs. The first problem is solved for them as an

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Two pages and 10 problems of common mistakes in order of operations. The problems are solved incorrectly and students are supposed to find the mistakes and correct them in the provided space . You could cut out and enlarge two problems at a time

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Two pages and ten problems of multiplying and dividing fractions and mixed numbers. You could cut out and enlarge two problems at a time for students to do.
The first problem reads:"The Hubba Bubba Bubble Gum Tape is 6 feet long. How many 2Â¼ inch

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This is CCSS 8.F. Students match each graph to the correct situation. There are two time-speed graphs and the rest are time-distance graphs. I did not use the word velocity for speed here to make it easier for students to understand the graphs. You

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One-step equations crossword puzzle with all operations. All answers to be written as words. Make sure "Actual Size" is checked in the print dialogue box when printing otherwise, the printer might shrink the worksheet.
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Finding the area of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles.

This worksheet explains how to cross reduce (cancel) the numerator with the denominator before multiplying fractions, followed by 14 practice problems.

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Practice for finding the area by connecting dots and by using the area formula. Students can see the difference between the two on the same sheet. Some irregular shapes are included.

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Converting repeating decimal expansions in rational numbers to fraction form. The worksheet starts with clear examples. Common Core 8N.S.1. A detailed answer key is on page 2.

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Two pages and 16 problems for the slope of parallel and perpendicular lines. The answer key is on pages 3 and 4.

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Fourteen problems for solving radical equations. All answers to be written in the puzzle as words with no space in between. A detailed answer key is included.

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An introduction to multiplying binomials by using the generic rectangle or the FOIL method, followed by 8 practice problems. You could use this to teach the lesson. I use the term "X-BOX" for the generic rectangle; this seems to resonate with

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Challenging Crossword puzzle for evaluating expressions with integers, exponents, and order of operations. Make sure "Actual Size" is checked in the print dialogue box when printing, otherwise, the printer might shrink the worksheet.
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Classifying angles as vertical, complementary, supplementary, congruent, or adjacent. After completing this worksheet, students could keep it as a reference sheet.

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Finding the measure of an angle when it is part of a vertical, complementary, or supplementary pair. Students can keep a copy of this worksheet for future reference.

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Twenty-two engaging problems for matching phrases to algebraic expressions. Students like this activity. You could enlarge the worksheet and cut out the phrases and expressions ahead of time - or have them do the cutting after enlarging it - then

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Evaluating expression with exponents, integers, and order of operations. All answers to be written as words. Make sure that "Actual Size" is checked in the print dialogue box when printing, otherwise the printer might shrink the worksheet. For

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I have taught all middle school grades and I am currently teaching Algebra at a continuation high school.

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3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Homeschool, Staff, Not Grade Specific

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Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Math Test Prep, Statistics, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Mental Math, Decimals