Reflection: Student Led Inquiry What's At the Root? - Section 3: Exploration of Square and Cubic Numbers

 
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What's At the Root?

Unit 7: What's at the Root?
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Objective: SWBAT evaluate square roots of small perfect squares and cube roots of small perfect cubes. They will also be able to use the square root and cube root symbols to represent solutions.

Big Idea: Students will build examples of square and cubic numbers to make sense of roots. They will also be able to simplify expressions that use square and cube root symbols.

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Math, cube roots, square root
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