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#### Common Core Algebra 1

The Flipped-Mastery Classroom offers an entire Algebra 1 class aligned to Common Core Standards. Lessons begin with an instruction video. Learners can pause the video to take notes and replay the video to check for understanding. The...

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#### Common Core Algebra 1, Unit 1: Analyze Graphs and Expressions

A series of videos teaches young mathematicians how to analyze graphs and expressions. The presenters stress the importance of a consistent scale and proper labels for the graphs and identify the independent and dependent variables. A...

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#### Algebra I Unit 1: Analyze Graphs and Expressions

Algebra I, Unit 1 Flipped-Mastery Classroom Website offers six resources for those enrolled in Algebra I. Videos show viewers how to create and analyze graphs,
learn how to analyze graphs that model situations, and how to apply...

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#### Utah Middle School Math Project: 8th Grade

Prepare eighth graders for high school math and science classes with a collection of 10 lessons that help tweens make the transition from acquiring basic knowledge to applying it in more complex situations. These Common Core-aligned...

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#### Exponential Bliss

Well, maybe. Check out different resources all pertaining to exponent rules. The main focus is on integer exponents, but the last resources in the collection include rational exponents and a brief connection to radicals. No solving...

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#### Grade 8, Claim 1: Concepts and Procedures Item Slide Shows

Ten resources make up a collection of student and teacher-friendly slides that prepare eighth graders for the Smarter Balance assessment. Learners review rational and irrational numbers, convert repeating decimals to fractions, as well...

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#### EngageNY Grade 8 Math Module 1: Integer Exponents and Scientific Notation

When it comes to teaching eighth graders about exponents, this comprehensive 13-lesson series covers all the bases. From proving the Laws of Exponents to learning about powers of ten and scientific notation, young mathematicians work to...

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#### Common Core Math: 8th Grade

Check out the Common Core with a collection that represents all the 8th grade math standards. Most resources engage multiple standards but the main one is listed on the notes section of each tab.

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#### Exponential and Radical Rules

So many rules and so little time. Make it easy and provide all the exponent and radical rules in one place as an easy reference guide. All of the properties come with several examples to show how the rules apply to different problems.

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#### Quick Reference Card

A neat and organized formula handout makes the circle go round, doesn't it? Full of higher algebra topics, formulas and rules, graphs and definitions—there is a way to support everyone in Algebra II or Pre-Calculus.

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#### Algebra 1 Practice Final

What makes this resource special? The amazing answer key that comes with worked out solutions and notes for each problem. Practice problems include all topics ranging from linear systems to simplifying exponential expressions. The packet...

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#### Applying Properties of Exponents

The properties of exponents are all linked together and it is your mathematicians' job to discover and apply those rules. The comprehensive lesson begins with a pre-assessment task to check for prior knowledge and then goes into a...

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#### Fractional Exponents

Wow! Here is a handout packed full of tips and worked-out solutions to supplement instruction on fractional exponents. The instructional activity introduces and thoroughly explains the Algebra II concept, and closes with a variety of...

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#### Quadratic Equations

Through a variety of physical and theoretical situations, learners are led through the development of some of the deepest concepts in high school mathematics. Complex numbers, the fundamental theorem of algebra and rational exponents...

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#### Math 7/8 15 Week Pre-Algebra Review Part I

Middle and high schoolers solve 20 short answer and multiple choice problems. They simplify exponential expressions, find the GCF of two integers, find the prime factorization of an integer, solve equations and inequalities, etc.

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#### Making Money and Spreading the Flu!

Paper folding, flu spreading in a school, bacteria growth, and continuously compounded interest all provide excellent models to study exponential functions. This is a comprehensive resource that looks at many different aspects of these...

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#### Unit 1 Review: Analyze Graphs and Expressions

New ReviewGet in one last practice. Pupils work through 12 problems and a performance task to review the topics in Unit 1. The problems cover analyzing and modeling with graphs, algebraic properties of equality, and adding, subtracting, and...

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#### Multiply Polynomials

New ReviewDo not let the distributive property foil you. Individuals hear about the FOIL method to multiply two binomials and how it is nothing more than the distributive property. Pupils learn two methods of multiplying any two polynomials. They...

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#### Multiply Three Monomials

Moving from two to three monomials isn't such a huge leap. Scholars watch a short video that shows how to multiply three monomials together. The two examples include one with multiple variables.

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#### Multiplying Monomials (Example)

If classmates can multiply and add integers, they're well on their way to mastering multiplication of monomials. Using the resource, future mathematicians learn how to multiply monomials. A short instructional video goes over four such...

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#### Negative Exponents - Fractions with Powers Raised to Powers (Example)

Get a little practice. The video contains three examples of simplifying fractions involving negative exponents. Pupils get an opportunity to refresh their knowledge of exponent properties as they watch the presenter use different methods...

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#### Evaluate an Expression with a Negative Exponent

The same rules apply. While watching the video, learners realize that the same rules apply to evaluate an expression with negative exponents as does simplifying an expression. The presentation shows a set of steps to evaluate a monomial...

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#### Simplify an Expression with a Negative Exponent

Recognize the base. Part of a larger Algebra I series, the short video highlights the importance of recognizing the base to simplify expressions with exponents. In doing so, pupils notice the basic property that uses negative exponents.

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#### Simplify a Fraction Raised to a Negative Power

Flip the fraction and continue. Given a fraction raised to a negative power, the narrator shows pupils two methods of simplifying the expression. Using different properties of negative exponents, the he demonstrates that either method...

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#### Simplify a Quotient of Expressions with Neg Exponents (Adv -2 Methods)

Even with complex quotients, there is still more than one way to simplify an expression. The narrator of a short shows two methods of simplification when dealing with expressions with negative exponents. One method follows the more...

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#### Simplify a Quotient of Expressions with Neg Exponents (2 Methods)

Is this method better, or this one? Given a quotient of expressions that involve negative exponents, the narrator of a short video works through two methods of simplification. The first method relies on positive exponents, while the...

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#### Simplify a Product of Expressions with Neg Exponents (2 Methods)

Which method works best for you? Using a product, an informative video shows two methods to simplify the resulting expression. One method starts by rewriting the expression with only positive exponents. The other method uses the...

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#### Simplify Basic Expressions with Negative Exponents

Identifying the base is extremely important. Using five problems with negative exponents, the narrator demonstrates that knowing the base is important in simplifying algebraic expressions. The different problems use the same numbers but...

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#### Negative Exponents

Extend exponent properties beyond zero. After a quick review of the properties of exponents as they relate to negative exponents, the narrator works several examples for viewers. The examples start with simple, requiring only one...

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#### Negative Exponent: Why Is a^(-1)=1/a?

Follow a pattern to develop an explanation. An engaging video uses the pattern of positive integer exponents to develop an explanation of the rule for negative powers. Using powers of three, each lower power is the previous one divided...

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#### Algebra: Indices

Indices and exponents mean the same. Pupils review exponential notation by watching the review video for the General Certificate of Secondary Education math assessment refresher. Scholars then use the activity to show what they know...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 8th Grade Math – Claim 3

Communication is the key. A dozen sample items require scholars to communicate their reasoning involved in arriving at a solution. The PowerPoint from the Gr. 8 Claim 2 - 4 Item Slide Shows series uses a variety of content to illicit...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 8th Grade Math – Target B

Develop a radical approach to covering the Smarter Balanced targets for 8th grade math with a presentation that helps further develop math skills. Seven sample items demonstrate the expectation for working with integer exponents,...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: High School Math – Target E

Pupils rewrite expressions in equivalent forms to identify key features. They use the vertex and factored forms of quadratic expressions to identify the extrema and intercepts. To finish the installment of the Claim 1 Item Slide Show...

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#### Laws of Indices

Laws are meant to be followed, and laws of exponents are no exception! A video presentation outlines the laws of exponents and then provides an example of each. After watching the presentation, learners practice with the included resources.

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#### Simplify Exponential Expressions - Positive Exponents Only (Example 2)

Simplify the process of simplifying expressions. Scholars use the properties of exponents to simplify algebraic expressions. A brief video takes viewers through the process of using the product, quotient, and power rules to rewrite...

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#### Simplify Exponential Expressions - Quotient Rule (Example)

Divide and conquer the quotient rule for exponents. A short video shows how to simplify exponential expressions using the quotient rule. The narrator works through several examples on the topic.

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#### Simplify Quotients with Different Bases and Negative Exponents (Example)

Once pupils are confident solving quotients with negative exponents, they need to learn what happens if they have different bases. A few guided practice problems clarify the processes. The exponent rules start to come together through...

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#### Quotient and Negative Exponent Properties (Example)

Don't let negative exponents confuse your mathematicians, just remember to flip them to the other side. Observe multiple practice problems solving quotient and negative exponent examples. Step-by-step instructions combined with an...

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#### Raising Fractions to Powers (Example)

Many people get confused when we combine rules previously used individually. Learn how to combine the fractions rules with exponents, multiplying exponents by exponents, and variables in only a few minutes. Three example problems...

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#### Quotient Rule of Exponents: Positive and Negative (Example)

If you harness negative power, you can make it to the top! This inspirational idea comes from exponent rules. Learn more about applying exponent rules, specifically the quotient and negative exponent rules, through viewing worked examples.

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#### Intro to Scientific Notation

It's easy for large numbers and small numbers get lost in translation. Teach scholars to speak the language by showing them how scientific notation makes these numbers more manageable. Using real-life examples, an inquiry-based lesson...

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#### Expressions with Zero and Negative Exponents

Be a hero—not a zero! Challenge scholars to look for patterns to develop properties of zero and negative exponents. Through exploration, individuals find patterns and apply them to expressions with zero and negative exponents.

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#### Simplify Exponential Expressions: Product and Power Rule (Example)

See the properties of exponents come alive! Young scholars watch as the video instructor explains the properties of exponents highlighting the product and power rules. He details several examples that your pupils can watch and rewatch to...

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#### Expanding and Evaluating Exponential Notation (Example)

What do exponential expressions and lungs have in common? They both can expand and contract! A short video lesson shows how to expand exponential expressions. Examples include those with and without parentheses.

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#### Properties of Exponents

Exponents can be powerful! A thorough video lesson explains all of the properties of exponents. The video instructor provides both general and specific examples of each property.

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#### A Discussion: Zero to the Power of Zero - 0^0

What's the value of 0^0? It turns out that there's a bit of controversy. A short YouTube video describes different interpretations of the value of the expression. It shows the case for 0^0 being undefined and the case for 0^0 being equal...

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#### Zero Exponent Property (Example)

Zero in on a commonly mistaken property. The video instructor shows several examples of expressions raised to the power of zero. Each example incorporates a different exponent property and highlights common misconceptions.

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#### The Zero Exponent

Why does an exponent of zero result in a value of one? Give your classes a concrete explanation for this property that many struggle to remember. A video lesson provides an explanation and provides examples of exponential expressions...

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#### Exponents and Division

Create a human fraction to learn about division of exponents. Scholars develop the rule for division of exponents by being part of a human fraction to explore and justify the rule. They also consider zero exponents and negative exponents.

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#### Laws of Indices—Part 1

Index the rules of exponents. The British resource presents the laws of exponents for multiplication, division, raising a power to a power, and raising to the power of zero. Explanations demonstrate why the rules work.

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#### Roots and Exponents

Get classmates to think rationally about roots. A short assessment asks pupils to rewrite a square root using exponents and then explain why their exponent creates an equivalent expression.

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#### Rational Exponents 4

Use the powers of seven to simplify expressions. Given two expressions, pupils rewrite both as a power of seven. The first expression requires writing all the bases as a power of seven and using properties of exponents to multiply. The...

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#### Rational Exponents 3

Help radicals and exponents work together. A short assessment determines your pupils' ability to work with radicals and rational exponents. Scholars rewrite a multiplication expression involving a radical and fractional exponent into an...

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#### Rational Exponents 1

Think rationally when working with radical expressions. The short assessment determines learners' ability to rewrite radicals using exponents. Given four numerical radical expressions, pupils write equivalent expressions as powers.

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#### Rational Exponents and Roots

What is the relationship between fractions and cubes? Given a specific problem and a general one, pupils prove the relationship between fractional exponents and roots by examining items that deal with cube roots and exponents of...

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#### Rational Exponents 2

Here's a radical way to express exponents. Pupils show what they know about rational exponents. Given four expressions with rational exponents, class members write an equivalent expression using radicals.

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#### Simplify Products or Quotients of Single Variable Expressions: Quotients of Single Variable Expressions

Investigate division within an algebraic term using an inquiry-based lesson. Individuals adjust sliders and watch as the simplification of the term changes. Questions help guide them to important conclusions.

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#### Prove Exponential

So, it's exponentially equal? Pupils show that a specific exponential function grows by an equal factor over equal intervals. They show that the ratios of the functions are the same over the same size intervals of inputs. Using the...

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#### Exponents in Algebra

The rules still hold. By reviewing the meaning of exponents in arithmetic, the video takes a look at exponents in algebra. The resource develops the meaning of any number raised to the zero power. Taking the idea of exponents further,...

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#### Extending Patterns with Exponents

Don't think negatively about exponents. Young mathematicians dissect a fictional conversation between pupils trying to evaluate an expression with a negative exponent. This allows them to understand the meaning of negative exponents.

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#### Zero, Negative, and Fractional Exponents: Patterns with Powers

Build a foundational understanding of exponent patterns. Young scholars manipulate the bases of exponent expressions. They discover the meaning of negative exponents through their exploration.

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#### Negative Exponents

Watch the exponent expression do the negative exponent dance! An interactive lesson uses an animation to show how negative exponents become positive. Learners manipulate the expression and then respond to conceptual questions.

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#### Exponent Properties with Variable Expressions: Size of Solar Tornadoes

Exponents may have your pupils' heads spinning after an engaging lesson as they connect properties to tornadoes! Learners compare a distance between cities to the distance across a solar tornado. They use exponent properties to find the...

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#### Exponent Properties with Variable Expressions: Integer Powers

Exponent properties can be complicated for learners. A creative lesson seeks to simplify the concept and build a solid understanding. Young mathematicians have the opportunity to create numerous expressions and analyze the simplified...

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#### Exponential Properties Involving Quotients

Watch as exponential expressions expand and contract! An interactive tutorial leads young mathematicians to the discovery of the quotient property of exponents. Through exploration, they realize that an x in the numerator will cancel an...

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#### Exponential Terms Raised to an Exponent: Exponential Sliders

Discover the pattern of exponents through an interactive lesson. Young mathematicians manipulate sliders and watch the result as they change the base or exponents in an expression. The tutorial shows them the simplified expression and...

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#### Triangle of Power

Get to the point! An absorbing video introduces some new notation for exponents, logarithms, and radicals using the three points of a triangle. It explains how to use this notation and how it is more intuitive than the accepted notation...

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#### Estimating Quantities

Apply the concept of magnitude to estimate values and compare numbers. The ninth lesson of the 15-part series asks learners to write numbers to their next greatest power of 10 and then make comparisons. Scholars begin to understand the...

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 8 Module 1

Assess your young mathematicians' knowledge and understanding of the properties of exponents. The questions in the seventh lesson of 15 incorporate the properties learned in the first six modules of this series. Individuals use and apply...

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#### Proofs of Laws of Exponents

Apply pupil understanding of exponent properties to prove the relationships. In the sixth lesson of the series, individuals are expected to prove relationships using mathematical statements and reasoning.

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#### Multiplication of Numbers in Exponential Form

Develop a solid understanding of multiplication and division properties of exponents. Individuals expand exponential terms to discover the patterns and create the properties in the second installment in a series of 15. The activity...

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#### Numbers in Exponential Form Raised to a Power

Develop an understanding of the properties of exponents through this series of activities. This third lesson of 15 explores the patterns associated with the power property. Scholars expand the powers before applying the property.

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#### Numbers Raised to the Zeroth Power

What in the world is the zeroth power? Examine the patterns of exponents as they apply to the zeroth power. Scholars apply the zero property to simple exponential expressions in this fourth lesson in a series of 15. The examples include...

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#### Negative Exponents and the Laws of Exponents

Apply the properties of exponents to expressions with negative exponents. The fifth lesson in the series explains the meaning of negative exponents through an exploration of the properties taught in the previous lessons of the series....

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#### Multiplication of Rational Expressions

Cancel that! Young mathematicians see how factoring and canceling can be very beneficial. The presenter works through examples of multiplying two rational expressions where the factors are simplified first. Factoring complex rational...

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#### Zero as an Exponent

Is a zero exponent the same as having no exponent? Viewers learn how to deal with zero exponents by watching a video. They also watch a brief justification for why x^0 = 1.

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#### Exponents of Negative Bases

How do you deal with a negative base? In the video, viewers learn how to simplify exponential expressions with negative bases. The video also shows how to distinguish between –a^b and (–a)^b.

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#### Quotient Rule for Exponents

Introduce the Quotient Rule for exponents with a video that models how to divide powers. The instructor works through five examples with variable bases to cover the concept.

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#### Like Terms, Multiplication and Division

Introduce the class to simplifying algebraic expression using multiplication and division. Showing the connection of the rules for exponents between numerical expressions and algebraic expressions, the video works several examples of...

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#### Distributive Property, Fractions

Does the distributive property work the same with fractions? The short video provides examples of the distributive property using algebraic fractions. The resource provides two examples of distributing fractions over sums also involving...

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#### Power Rule with Negative Exponents

Scholars learn how to approach a problem with multiple rules to apply through a video that demonstrates several examples with both integer and variable bases. They explore problems that combine two types of exponent properties.

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#### Understood 1

What is the coefficient, exponent, or denominator of x? The short video reminds the class that there are understood ones all around a single variable. The resource shows that the coefficient, exponent, and denominator of a single...

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#### Exponents, Powers of Fractions

Powers of fractions or fractions of powers? A video teaches young mathematicians about simplifying expressions with powers of fractions by rewriting powers of fractions as fractions of powers.

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#### Power Rule for Exponents

Discover the power to simplify expressions. Viewers learn how to simplify expressions involving powers of exponents. The video covers five examples of this type of problem.

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#### Rules of Exponents

Explore all the rules of exponents in one place. As learners watch the video lesson, they see the different types of power expressions and learn how to simplify. The instructor discusses the process and then demonstrates the rule....

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task - Algebra 2 (Module 3)

The 15th installment of a 35-part module is a mid-module assessment task. Covering concepts in the first half of the module, the task acts as a formative assessment, providing you with valuable information on how learners are doing.

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#### Properties of Exponents and Radicals

(vegetable)^(1/2) = root vegetable? The fourth installment of a 35-part module has scholars extend properties of exponents to rational exponents to solve problems. Individuals use these properties to rewrite radical expressions in terms...

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#### Integer Exponents

Fold, fold, and fold some more. In the first installment of a 35-part module, young mathematicians fold a piece of paper in half until it can not be folded any more. They use the results of this activity to develop functions for the area...

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#### Fractional Exponents and Property of Exponents

Don't just use a fraction of this resource ... use it all. Learners first investigate patterns to determine how to deal with fractional exponents. Individuals then evaluate expressions involving fractional exponents.

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#### Powers of Monomials

Laws of exponents are abstract and even the most accomplished math pupils struggle to apply these properties. An instructive instructional activity prompts learners to create and simplify their own examples. By building their own, they...

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#### Introduction to Exponents - Concept

Power up! A resource provides the basics of dealing with exponents, including the properties of exponents and notation. Problems concentrate on simplifying both numerical and algebraic expressions that contain negatives, building a good...

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#### Operations with Exponents

It just multiplies out. The lesson provides the rules for operations with exponents and keeps them as positive integers in the lesson. Videos explain the rules for the operations with exponents while working out examples.

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#### Exponents

Don't let the rules overrule the instructional activity. Mental math steps in and helps learners understand exponent patterns. The material focuses on the introductory problems of exponents, such as simplifying expressions. Teacher...

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#### Too Hot To Handle – Comparing Linear and Exponential Functions

What do forest fires have to do with math? Learners use their knowledge of linear and exponential functions to explore a real-world scenario involving a forest fire. The lesson employs group work and discussion to assist learners as they...

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#### Review Unit 1: Exponents

What will be on the test? The resource provides comprehensive review items for the content of the unit on exponents. The resource divides the sections in the order you present the lessons during the unit.

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#### Negative Exponents Operations

Are exponent rules different if the exponents are negative? Using the definition of negative exponents and the rules of exponents, the resource shows that the rules of exponents hold independent of the sign of the exponent. Practice...

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#### Exponents

Expand your knowledge of exponents with an activity that promotes critical thinking and comparison skills. Middle and high schoolers compare numbers written in expanded and exponential form and explain their strategies for solving...

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#### Property of Exponents: Discovery Activity

Need a quick set worksheets on exponents? Or how about a activity on every topic relating to exponent rules. The first half of the resource has the learners write out what is happening as they simplify the expression. There are...

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#### Exponents and Radicals

What is that fraction doing as an exponent? Fun math games prompt learners to practice evaluating radical expressions and expressions containing rational exponents, both in groups and individually.

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#### Solving Exponential Equations

Introducing exponential equations means learners need to take all the rules and tricks they learned for exponents and actually apply them. This presentation comes to the rescue by touching on changing bases in exponential equations after...

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#### Rules of Exponents

Explaining the hows and whys of exponent laws in an approachable and non-intimidating manner is no small task. But here, it is accomplished with humor and real-life examples. Set up with scenarios from biology, the role of exponents and...

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#### What's the Power of a Power Rule?

Follow along and learn a slick trick to help you solve problems involving an exponent raised to another exponent. You'll use the power of a power rule and simplification to solve the problem. This is a clear tutorial that does a good job...

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#### What's the Power of a Product Rule?

The instructor shows several different examples of the power of a product rule. She multiplies the values out, uses the commutative property of multiplication, and then simplifies the terms.

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#### How Do You Take the Power of a Monomial?

Want to learn how to multiply to the power of a monomial? Here's a short explanation of just how to do that.

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#### Law of Exponents 3

This presentation covers the basic definition of exponents, raising something to the exponent zero, simplifying negative exponents, multipling powers of the same base, and dividing powers with the same base. The presenter then considers...

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#### Law of Exponents 1

The laws of exponents are explained in this video. Topics include raising something to the zero power, rewriting an expression that has a negative number as an exponent, multiplying powers with the same base, raising a power to a power,...

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#### Multiplying Monomials

This video starts with the basics and shows how to simplify monomials. First, it defines what a monomial is, then gives examples of monomials, evaluates integers raised to a power, and multiplies monomials with the same base. Finally, it...

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#### Law of Exponents 2

The basic rules of exponents are covered here. After defining an exponent, the presentation covers the following rules and shows examples of multiplying powers with the same base, simplifying monomials that are multiplied, raising a...

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#### Fractional Exponents

This easy-to-follow video shows how to write the nth root of a number as a fractional exponent and how to simplify expressions with using fractional exponents. There are worked examples, and practice problems included.

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#### Monomials

This monomials worksheet, contains 52 short answer and fill in the blank problems. Students determine if an expression is a monomial or not, simplify monomials using the product of powers and the power of a product rule for exponents.

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#### HW #48: Scientific Notation

This worksheet provides practice of converting between standard notation and scientific notation. It also includes problems of numbers written in scientific notation that are multipled or divided that need to be simplified by using the...

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#### Show the Rules of Exponents

In this exponents worksheet, young mathematicians work in small groups to solve more open-ended questions regarding exponents. The goal of the lesson is for learners to understand how exponents work and why the rules of exponents are...

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#### Exponent Rules

Pupils use calculators to work independently to discover the rules for working with exponents. The lesson requires the use of a TI-nspire handheld and software.

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#### Exponent Law

In this algebra worksheet, problems containing exponents are solved by applying the properties of exponents. There are 10 questions with an answer key.

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#### Simplifying Rational Exponents

For this algebra worksheet, students simplify rational exponents using the property of exponents. There are 22 problems with an answer key.

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#### Order of Operations and Two-Step Equations

Solve two-step equations using order of operation in this algebra lesson. Young mathematicians evaluate functions through substitution and apply the properties of exponents and negatives correctly. They complete the order of operation...

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#### Simplify Exponential Expressions - Positive Exponents Only (Example 3)

Third example's the charm. To learn about simplifying expressions, young mathematicians watch a short video that shows how to simplify an algebraic expression using several properties of exponents.

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#### Simplify Exponential Expressions - Positive Exponents Only (Example 1)

If only everything could be simplified so easily. Viewers of an educational video learn how to apply properties of exponents to simplify expressions by using the product, quotient, and product rules for exponents.

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#### Scientifically Speaking

Explore the connection between operations with scientific notation and the laws of exponents. Scholars work on a set of word problems involving operations with scientific notation. Along the way, they consider how the laws of exponents...

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#### Fractional Exponents

Introduce your classes to the power of fractional exponents with a video tutorial that defines rational exponents and then completes several examples as practice. The examples include only integer bases and require simplifying.

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#### Negative Exponents

Viewers examine power expressions with negative exponents through a video that shows four examples of simplifying a negative exponent to create an expression with only positive exponents. Examples include both integers and variables.

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#### Exponents Crossword Puzzle

Add an extra challenge to a simple task of evaluating exponential expressions. The crossword style worksheet has problems that provide a simplified answer for the puzzle.

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#### Extending the Definitions of Exponents, Variation 1

Scientist work with negative integer exponents all the time. Here, participants will learn how to relate negative exponents to time and to generate equivalent numerical expressions. Learners will apply the properties of integer exponents...

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#### Pre-Algebra Review Problems

Use this pre-algebra review worksheet to have learners answer twenty-one multiple choice and free-response problems covering: Scientific Notation, radicals, irrational numbers, prime factorization, GCF, and laws of exponents problems.

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#### Rational Exponents

Simplify algebraic expressions involving rational exponents using this one page interactive worksheet. It contains five multiple choice questions and is self checking.

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#### Algebra I: nth Root and Rational Exponents

This algebra worksheet contains problems on converting between nth roots and rational exponents for numbers. It also includes problems on simplifying radicals having various indices and rational exponents. It does not include an answer...

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#### 5-7 Skills Practice: Rational Exponents

In this rational expressions worksheet, students write expressions in radical form. They evaluate equations containing exponents, radicals and fractions. This one-page worksheet contains 26 problems. Answers are not included.

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#### Rational Exponents

In this Algebra learning exercise, learners simplify expressions involving rational exponents. The one page learning exercise contains explanation, examples and nine practice problems.

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#### "Power"ful Patterns

Investigate exponent patterns with this instructional activity. Middle schoolers make conjectures about a base to an increasing power. They predict what happens when you change the base or the exponent. Additionally, they determine...

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#### Exponents and Properties

Reinforce the skill of using properties of exponents to solve problems. Young problem-solvers use addition, subtraction and power rules to solve exponential problems. They analyze the graph and find exponential growth or decay.

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#### Exponents and Volume

Middle schoolers use exponents to calculate and relate the formula for volume in this algebra lesson. They find the volume of different conics, and apply properties of exponents to the real world.

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#### Simplifying Square Roots

Discuss the definition for a simplified form for a square root. Middle schoolers analyze different forms of a square root, the Product Property of Square Roots, and complete a worksheet.

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#### Exploring Exponential Growth and Decay Functions

Students differentiate between exponential growth and decay. In this algebra lesson, students solve exponential equations using properties of exponents. They use the Ti calculator to graph and analyze their functions.

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#### Multiplying Exponents vs. Powers of Powers

Use the power of a power property to solve exponential functions. The lesson refers to differentiating between multiplying or adding exponents to find the value, and how to find the product of a power of a power.

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#### Math 7/8 Law of Exponents Review

In this law of exponents review worksheet, students solve 18 short answer problems. Students simplify exponential expressions using exponent rules such as adding exponents when multiplying with the same base or power to a power.

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#### Number Sense & Operations: Laws of Exponents

In this laws of exponents instructional activity, students solve 12 short answer problems. Students simplify exponential expressions using exponent rules such as negative exponents or multiplying exponents with common bases.

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#### Math 7/8 Exponents - Get 1 Share 1

For this exponents worksheet, students solve 32 short answer problems. Students simplify exponential expressions involving variables. Students use various exponent rules such as multiplying and dividing exponents to simplify each...

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#### Math 7 Law of Exponents Review

In this law of exponents worksheet, students solve 13 short answer problems. Students simplify exponential expressions that do not contain variables. Students multiply and divide exponents with the same base.

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#### Unit 8 WS 2: Exponent Quiz Review

In this exponent quiz review activity, students solve 35 short answer problems. Students simplify exponential expressions using exponent rules such as product to a power or product rule of exponents.

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#### Algebra 1 Unit 8 Review

For this math worksheet, students practice the techniques associated with algebra 1. This 5-page worksheet has many different types of problems for the students to solve.

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#### Properties of Exponents

In this math instructional activity, students practice the techniques involved in multiplying exponents. This instructional activity has 30 problems for the students to solve, and includes an answer sheet.

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#### Exponents and Division

In this math activity, high schoolers practice dividing problems that have exponents. This activity has 20 problems for the students to solve and includes and answer sheet.

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#### Exponents and Their Properties - Multiplying and Dividing Monomials

In this multiplying and dividing monomials worksheet, students solve 105 short answer problems. Students multiply and divide monomials. Students simplify their answers using exponent rules such as product to a power or quotient to a power.

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#### Zero and Negative Exponents Algebra I

In this zero and negative exponent rules worksheet, students solve 71 short answer problems. Students simplify zero and negative exponents. Students express their answers as a positive exponent. Students use exponent rules to simplify...

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#### Raising a Product to a Power

In this Algebra I/Algebra II worksheet, 10th graders use the laws of exponents to raise a product to a power. The one page worksheet contains three multiple choice questions. answers are included.

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#### Laws of Exponents

In this Algebra II worksheet, 11th graders use the laws of exponents to write the give radical expressions in simplified exponential and radical form. The one page worksheet contains twenty-four problems. Answers are not provided.

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#### What are Those Little Raised Numbers?

Students investigate exponential functions. For this algebra lesson, students apply properties of exponents to solve addition, subtraction and multiplication problems.

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#### Exponents

In this Algebra II worksheet, 11th graders use the laws of exponents to simplify expressions. The exponents include fractions, variables, radicals, and imaginary numbers. The one page worksheet contains thirty-four problems. Answers...

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#### Properties of Exponents

In this exponents worksheet, students simplify 30 exponential expressions in short answer format. Students use exponent rules to simplify each exponential expression.

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#### Math Regents Exam Questions: Exponent Rules

In this exponent rule worksheet, students solve 21 multiple choice exponent rules. Students simplify exponential expressions involving dividing powers with the same base.

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#### Simplifying Exponential Expressions

In this exponential expressions worksheet, students simplify 26 exponential expressions. Students use the product, power to a power, and quotient rule to simplify each expression.

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#### Laws of Exponents

In this laws of exponents worksheet, students solve 12 exponent problems. Students use exponent rules to simplify exponential expressions.

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#### Exponents and Radicals

In this exponents and radicals worksheet, students simplify 31 radical and exponent problems. Students rationalize denominators, multiply by conjugates, use exponent rules, and evaluate exponential and radical expressions.

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#### Exponents: Positive and Negative Bases

In this exponents worksheet, students solve 18 exponent problems. Students use exponent rules to simplify exponents with positive and negative bases.

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#### Laws of Exponents Worksheet

In this exponents worksheet, students rewrite the given five problems as a single exponent by using exponent rules.

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#### Laws of Exponents Worksheet

In this exponents worksheet, students rewrite the five given exponents as a single exponent using exponent rules.

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#### 8.3 Laws of Exponents: Dividing Monomials

In this laws of exponents worksheets, students use the quotient of powers property to simplify quotients. They evaluate given exponents using the substitution method. This one-page worksheet contains 30 multi-step problems.

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#### Laws of Exponents

In this laws of exponents worksheet, 9th graders identify and solve 20 different problems that include applying the laws of exponents to each problem. First, they define base, exponent and value in relation to the laws of exponents....

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#### Using Laws of Exponents: Additional Practice

In this laws of exponents instructional activity, learners solve 12 short answer problems. Students simplify each exponential expression using laws of exponents. Learners multiply and divide exponents and express their answer with no...

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#### Division of Monomials

Middle schoolers relate the division of monomials to multiplication. In this division of monomials lesson, students divide monomials by factoring and dividing common factors from the originals. They check their answers by multiplication....

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#### Exponents and Radicals-Review

In this Algebra I/Algebra II worksheet, students simplify expression involving exponents, radicals, and scientific notation. The two page worksheet contains thirty-nine problems. Answers are not included.

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#### Laws of Exponents

Ninth graders identify the different laws of exponents. In this algebra lesson, 9th graders write the rules of exponents and use them to solve problems. They use the product, quotient laws to solve problems.

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#### The Exponent Rules

In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders use the computer program Understanding Exponents to examine the laws of exponents. The worksheet is divided into an on computer and off computer component. The worksheet is eleven pages long and...

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#### Exponential Equations

In this algebra worksheet, learners solve 30 exponential equations using logs and rules of exponents.

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#### Thirty-Four Simplify Using The Laws of Exponents

In this law of exponents worksheet, students simplify thirty-four expressions using the laws of exponents. The problems increase in difficulty as the students progress down the page.

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#### Negative Exponents and Scientific Notation

In this exponent rules worksheet, students simplify 56 negative exponents and scientific notation problems. Students use exponent rules to simplify each problem.

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#### Simplifying Twenty-One Negative Exponents Expressions

In this exponents worksheet, students simplify twenty-one exponent expressions involving negative exponents. The rules of exponents are listed on the worksheet as a reference for students.

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#### Steps and Examples for Multiplying Ratiuonal Expressions

For this multiplying rational expression worksheet, students are given two examples of how to multiply and then simplify rational expressions. The examples are complete with steps and justifications.

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#### Exponent Game

Students practice raising numbers to various poweers. In this practicing raising numbers to various powers lesson, students spin spinners to determine what number they are raising to a power. Students raise negative and positive...

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#### Laws of Exponents and Polynomials

In these laws of exponents and polynomials worksheets, students answer 40 multiple choice questions that cover using laws of exponents, polynomial operations, and area polynomial word problems.

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#### Laws of Exponents

In this laws of exponents learning exercise, 9th graders solve 5 different problems related to solving and applying the laws of exponents. They complete a table of value and analyze the patterns in the table. Then, students use patterns...

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#### Exponents

In this math worksheet, students read the definitions for positive and negative exponents. Then they use the laws of exponents to simplify the examples.

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#### Negative Exponents Worksheet

In this negative exponent worksheet, students solve equations with negative exponents. They explore changing negative exponents to positive ones. Students simplify given problems changing them from exponential form to standard form. ...

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#### Exponent Rules

Students engage in a lesson that is concerned with the rules of exponents. They practice solving problems that use exponents in a variety of contexts. Students are shown how to use the rules in numerical sequences and after translation...

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#### Laws of Exponents Summary Sheet

In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders review the laws of exponent regarding a power raised to a power and a fraction raised to a power. The one page worksheet contains six questions. Answers are included.

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#### Math 15 Week Review Part 1

In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders solve problems based on a variety of basic algebra topics including the laws of exponents, prime factorization of a number, the subsets of the Real number system, and the use of formulas. The...

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#### Laws of Exponents, Radicals

In this Algebra II worksheet, 11th graders solve problems involving the laws of exponents, including fractional exponents, solve radical equations, and graph radical functions. The ten page worksheet contains fifty-seven problems. ...