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Simplifying Exponential Expressions, Day 2

Unit 6: Exponents & Logarithms
Lesson 4 of 14

Objective: SWBAT simplify algebraic and numeric expressions involving rational exponents.

Big Idea: Students persevere in solving problems as they use their knowledge of the properties of exponents to simplify expressions involving rational exponents.

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Math, Exponents and Exponential Functions, roots (Algebra), Algebra 2, master teacher project, radicals
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