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Standards:
Technology-enhanced investigations:
Mathwords.com: Math Dictionary: Key vocabulary for this domain. Use with RN-A, RN-B:
exponent rules | irratiional numbers | radical rules | rational numbers |
integers | radical | rational exponents | real numbers |
Study.com: Algebra: Each of the following chapters includes video lessons with sample problems and a short quiz in each video. Multiple choice chapter exams are included.
LearnZillion:
Purple Math: Fractional (Rational) Exponents: Basic theory
West Texas A & M University: Virtual Math Lab:
Zweigmedia.com: Algebra Review Tutorials and examples using fill-in or multiple choice to test understanding. Learners can also choose to do game versions of some topics. Use with RN-A:
Multiple Choice:
ACT Academy and OpenEd:
MathBitsNotebook: Algebra 1: Exponents includes lessons, then practice problems on integer exponent skills (numeric and algebraic) and rational fraction exponent skills. Use with RN-A.1 and RN-A.2.
Constructed-response:
Hot Math: Rational Exponents: Practice problems with rational exponents. Hints and solution steps provided.
Khan Academy: Practice questions with videos.
Math Warehouse: Simplify fraction exponents: Formula and examples of how to simplify fraction exponents, including practice problems for learners.
University of Hawaii: Math 110 College Algebra notes: Chapter P.3: Rational Exponents and Radicals: Within this lesson with worked examples are multiple exercises for learners to complete (paper-pencil needed) on simplifying expressions with rational exponents and radicals.
Performance tasks:
Illustrative Mathematics: Number and Quantity:
Mathematics Vision Project, Secondary 2 Student Edition:
Standards:
Technology-enhanced investigations:
LearnZillion: Lesson set: Identify rules for adding and multiplying rational and irrational numbers: Four video lessons: Distinguish between rational and irrational numbers, predict the result of adding and subtracting rational and irrational numbers, multiply rational and irrational numbers, rationalize the denominator. Aligns with RN-B.3.
Mathematics Assessment Project, CLASSROOM CHALLENGES, Formative Assessment Lessons: Task 424: Classifying Rational and Irrational Numbers and Task 434: Evaluating Statements about Rational and Irrational Numbers. These lessons relate to the standard RN-B.3: Use rational and irrational numbers.
Multiple Choice:
ACT Academy and OpenEd:
Khan Academy: Practice questions with videos.
MathBitsNotebook: Algebra 1: Rationals and Irrationals includes lessons on rationals and irrationals, sum/product of two rationals, two irrationals, rationals and irrationals, then practice problems on rational/irrational values, and a speedometer quiz game on these concepts. Use with RN-B.3.
Shmoop: MATH.N-RN.3 includes a quiz with sums and products involving radicals and problems illustrating RN-B.3.
Constructed-response:
Performance tasks:
Illustrative Mathematics: Number and Quantity:
Mathematics Assessment Project: Standards: High School: Number and Quantity: The Real Number System: https://www.map.mathshell.org/stds.php?standardid=1300
Mathematics Vision Project, Secondary 2 Student Edition:
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