### Radicals - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Multiplying & Dividing Radicals. Operations with Radicals (Square Roots) Essential Question. How do I multiply and divide radicals?. The multiplication property is often written:. or. Multiplying Radicals. *.

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## Game page

Roots & Radicals. Game page. Sums . Binomials. Simplify!. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Simplify!. Binomials. Roots/Radicals. Answer page. Sums. C1 – 100. If you simplified you’d get this.

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## Reactions of Alkanes: Chapter 12

Reactions of Alkanes: Chapter 12. Radicals. Contents of Chapter 12. Reactivity Considerations Chlorination and Bromination of Alkanes Reactivity – Selectivity Principle Radical Substitution of Benzylic and Allylic Hydrogens Stereochemistry of Radical Substitution

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## Chapter 5: Situational Perspectives

Chapter 5: Situational Perspectives. Johannesen , Valde , & Whedbee. Page 71. Among the concrete situational or contextual factors that may…. Page 72. Despite such concerns and criticisms, situational ethics requires our attention…. Page 76. Rules for Radicals: 1-13. Page 78.

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Radical Expression: The expression that contains a radical. 10.2 SIMPLIFYING RADICALS:. Radicand . Radical. GOAL:. Multiplication Property of Square Roots:. 1) For a ≥ 0, b ≥ 0, . 2) For a ≥ 0, b ≥ 0, . Ex: What is the simplest form of: 1) 2) 3) . SOLUTION:.

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## Chapter 5: Some Operations with Polynomials and Radicals

Chapter 5: Some Operations with Polynomials and Radicals. 5.1 Introduction to Polynomials 5.2 Names of Polynomials. Definitions and Vocabulary. A term is a number, a variable or the product of a number and a variable. Terms are the pieces that make up an expression.

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11.2 Simplifying Radical Expressions. Product Properties for Radicals. For any nonnegative real numbers x and y the property works in both of the following ways . a. b. Rules for Radical Expressions. Simplify the radicand first

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7.8 Equations Involving Radicals. Solving Equations Involving Radicals :. 1 . the term with a variable in the radicand on one side of the sign. 2. Raise both sides of the equation to the power of the . 3. Solve the equation.

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10-2 Simplifying Radicals. Objective: To simplify radicals involving products and quotients. 10-2 Simplifying Radicals. When is a radical simplified???? 1. The radicand has NO PERFECT squares factors . IGNORE the factor one (its always there) 2. The radicand has no fractions

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## CHAPTER 8: Irrational algebraic functions

CHAPTER 8: Irrational algebraic functions. Section 8-3: Radicals, and Simple Radical Form. objective. Given an expression containing radicals, be able to write it in as simple a form as possible without actually evaluating it. Simple Radical Form.

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Ö 4. Radicals. Radicals or “Roots” are the opposite of applying an exponent Example: 2 2 = 4, so = 2 In other words, these are inverse operations – you can "undo" a power with a radical, and a radical can "undo" a power. Definitions. The symbol is the RADICAL SIGN

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## Customers at Work

Customers at Work . Self-service customers can reduce costs and become co-creators of value. By Danny Christensen and Kenzie Church. Customer Work. • Transactionals : – Self check out, eat at buffets, book travel online • Traditionals: – They favor do-it-yourself, ex: Home Depot

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## Decree of the demos

Decree of the demos. The Radical Democrats proposed an ostracism but it was turned down by the Ekklesia . -- no points awarded— Rationale: While this act seems motivated by political revenge, nothing transpired.

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## Default text (Verdana 24 pt )

Default text (Verdana 24 pt ). Variation. Default shape Dark blue outline, 3 pt weight Light blue fill Black text, centered Verdana 24 pt. Variation. Variation (not exhaustive).

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## The English Civil War

The English Civil War. A fight for Democracy. Why the Stuarts?. When Queen Elizabeth I (to the right) passed she had no heirs to the throne. This gave power to relatives of the Scotland Tudors – The Stuarts. Absolute Monarchs – A king, queen, emperor, or empress with unlimited power

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## Cubic, Square Root and Rational Functions

Cubic, Square Root and Rational Functions. Factor Cubics. Radical Expressions & Equations. Rational Expressions & Equations. How do we factor cubics?. How do we simplify radical expressions?. How do we add, subtract, multiply, divide and simplify rational expressions?.

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## 10.6 Solving Equations with Radicals

10.6 Solving Equations with Radicals. Objective 1 . Solve radical equations by using the power rule. Slide 10.6- 2. When the power rule is used to solve an equation, every solution of the new equation must be checked in the original equation .

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## Today’s Objective 12/13/12

Today’s Objective 12/13/12. How did Andrew Johnson’s personal goals and prejudices get in the way of meaningful Reconstruction? You should be able to answer: What was Johnson’s plan on paper? How did his plan differ in action? WHY?. Andrew Johnson Begins Leading Reconstruction. May 1865.

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## How are Exponents related to Radicals?

How are Exponents related to Radicals?. Vocabulary. Identify the radicand & index for the following expressions. Simplifying Radicals with Prime Factorization. Simplifying Radicals with Prime Factorization. Simplifying Radicals with Prime Factorization.

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