Roll Three Dice
Learners write exponential expressions with rational exponents and then translate them into radical expressions. By organizing the information in a table, the patterns between the two types of expressions can more easily be seen.
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- Good introduction and practice to enforce the proper translation of an exponential equation with a rational exponent to a radical equation
- Organized table shows the relationship between exponentials and radicals
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