Multiplying and Dividing Exponents Teacher Resources
Find Multiplying and Dividing Exponents educational ideas and activities
Showing 1 - 20 of 365 resources
In this multiplying and dividing exponents, students multiply and divide numbers with positive powers. This one-page worksheet contains ten problems.
In this exponent learning exercise, students write exponential numbers in standard form, then multiply and divide exponents.
In this exponent worksheet, students review exponents and finding values, then find the values of expressions in exponential form and multiply and divide exponents.
After a short review on exponents, Sal moves ahead to incorporate exponent properties into his sample problems. This video is a great resource for those who need both the steady pace of Sal's instruction, and also for those who need the challenge of more complicated problems.
The equations get a little more complicated in this video, where Sal works through several problems involving negative and fractional exponents, as well as integers to the zero power. Though the problems look tough, Sal demonstrates the ins and outs of making the process simple.
The rules of exponents are at play in this video, and Sal teaches viewers to comply with these rules and to come at the concept of exponents more intuitively. He begins to talk about composite problems as well those in the context of multiplying exponents.
Here is an exponents lesson which invites learners to examine visual examples of multiplication and division using powers of 10. They also practice solving problems that their instructors model. If you are new to teaching these skills, this is a tremendous help, complete with wrap-up and assessment suggestions.
An algebraic expression and a given value for the variable. Use the substitution property of equality to plug in the given value and solve the expression. Be careful and use the order of operations correctly because there is an exponent in the expression. PEMDAS: parentheses, exponents, multiply, divide, add, subtract.
In video four of the seven-part series on properties of exponents, Sal simplifies a complex exponential expression to show how to apply both the quotient property and power rule.
"Demystifying" an often mysterious problem, Sal demonstrates some tricks for considering exponents intuitively, rather than working them out each time. He first takes viewers through positive exponents and works up to negative exponents, assuring them that like in all mathematics, exponents are a matter of patterns.
A series of problems involving exponent properties is the focus of this video. Sal demonstrates rational expressions, simplifying fractions, and how to manipulate algebraic equations using exponents and division.
What's the definition of the quotient of powers rule? Don't confuse this rule with the power of a quotient rule. This quotient of powers rule is quite simple in that you can just subtract. Wow! Take the power from the numerator and subtract the power from the denominator. You have your answer. Wow.
In this multiplying rational expression worksheet, students are given two examples of how to multiply and then simplify rational expressions. The examples are complete with steps and justifications.
Students engage in a lesson that is concerned with the rules of exponents. They practice solving problems that use exponents in a variety of contexts. Students are shown how to use the rules in numerical sequences and after translation from word form.
Students explore multiplying polynomials. They observe solving polynomials using the standard order of operations, FOIL, and the box method. Throughout the demonstration, students explore strategies of solving word problems such as drawing a picture, identifying the known, and creating a mode. After guided practice, students practice independently.
Help learners study polynomials. They will review how to multiply polynomials either by using the FOIL method if they are multiplying a binomial by another binomial, or by using the distributive property.
Ninth graders solve problems involving exponential functions. In this algebra lesson, 9th graders apply their knowledge of exponential properties to add, multiply, divide and subtract exponential functions. They perform these operations with numbers and variables.
In this exponents learning exercise, students solve 32 short answer problems. Students simplify exponential expressions involving variables. Students use various exponent rules such as multiplying and dividing exponents to simplify each expression.
Fourth graders are introduced to arithmetic and geometric sequences. In this mathematics lesson, 4th graders produce a variety of sequences by varying the starting number, multiplier, and the add-on number.