Rational Fractional Exponents Worksheets
How to Evaluate Equations that Have Square Roots  Square root equations are now intimidating by once understanding the idea behind them and solving them actually can be a long trip steps. So, here is an example of sqrt root eq: √x – 3 = 5. In such cases, you need a double check on two things: Square root must definitely by itself And the value of the other must a positive number Why this is important? The positive square root has to give you a positive numbers. If you have a positive square root and the negative number on the other side, it makes no sense. Here, because of the square root you have to do the opposite operation. Now apply 2 on both sides: √(x – 3) 2 = 5 (2). Then, the square & square root will cancel together. And, the equation will be: X  3 = 25. Here, the solution has become simpler and you have to further solve it for the value of x. For this, you will shift 3 towards the other and its sign will change into positive: X = 25 + 3  X = 28. If you want to check your answer, put the value of x in the question that we have supposed.

Basic Lesson
Guides students through solving problems that involve rational fractional exponents. Simplify each of the following radical expressions.
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Independent Practice 1
A really great activity for allowing students to understand the concepts of the solving rational fractional exponents.
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Independent Practice 2
Students find the value of rational fractional exponents in assorted problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Students are provided with problems to achieve the concepts of the rational fractional exponents.
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Skill Quiz
This tests the students ability to evaluate math statements with the rational fractional exponents.
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