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Alexander Isaacs

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Exponent Properties

> Click the button. • PAGES 1 & 2 ~ PRODUCT/QUOTIENT OF POWERS: Use the tool in order to drag and drop each of the tiles into the correct boxes on the left. Then complete the examples on the right while using the , , and/or tools. • PAGE 3 ~ ENGAGE: Determine the value for each expression and use the tool to order the five terms from least to greatest. • PAGES 4 & 5 ~ NEGATIVE & ZERO POWERS: Use the tool in order to drag and drop each of the tiles into the correct boxes on the left. Then complete the examples on the right while using the , , and/or tools. • PAGE 6 ~ MAKING CONNECTIONS: Using the or tool, place a checkmark next to each expression that is equivalent to 10^-6. • PAGE 7 ~ EXPLAIN: Using the and/or tool, explain why 6^0 power is equal to 1. You must use mathematical reasoning (with numerical/algebraic proof). • PAGE 8 ~ SYNTHESIZE: Using the , , and/or tool, write at least two different expressions that are equivalent to 2^-4. EXTRA POINTS FOR FIVE OR MORE! • PAGE 9 ~ REFLECT: Using the and/or tool, respond to each of the four reflection questions. > SUBMISSION: Click the button to turn in your response!

8th Grade, Math
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This lesson serves as a depth of knowledge type task relating to exponent properties. Students should use the examples with tiles to serve as models while completing the items on the right side of pages 1,2, 4, and 5. Furthermore, this task allows for students to use a variety of different tools and could be adapted to fit the needs of your class. Audio clues are provided on slides with stars to assist learners who may be struggling with the specific exponent properties concepts.