Adding/Subtracting Radicals Around the World Activity (requires simplification!)
This is an Adding/Subtracting Radicals Around the World activity (also known as scavenger hunts). Students love being able to get out of their desks and move around the room! There are a total of 12 problems that require the students to simplify the radicals first and then combine like terms.
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Subtracting Fractions: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice subtracting fractions with like and unlike denominators. There are 26 problems and includes an answer sheet and an answer key.Problem Types:1. Subtracting fractions with like denominators, no simplification2.
In this page we are going to discuss about simplifying expressions concepts. Simplify means converting complexity into simple and then solving it. In other words breaking a problem, into simple terms or terminologies can be defined as Simplification. Students always find difficulty in simplifying problems but, its actual purpose is to break down problems into steps and then solving it.
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HSA-REI.B.3This is the test I use for pre-algebra and algebra students at the end of a basic equations skills unit. It consists of 20 equations and a bonus equation. Also, there is an additional page to this test that is 10 simplification problems if you like to put review material on your assessments as well.
This differentiated Math center activity contains two improper fraction to mixed number conversion puzzles, one is 30 unique problems and the other is 17 unique problems. The 30 problem puzzle contains mixed to improper fractions that need to be simplified and the 17 problem puzzle requires no simplification.They are ideal for engaging math center work.