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Lesson 2: Square Roots
1. What is the value of √𝑥 2 .
2. The area of a square piece of land is 225 sq feet. What is the side length of
the land?
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3. The positive square root of 50 is not an integer. Which whole number does
the value of √50 lie closest to?
Show work.
Explain.
Place the following numbers on the number line in approximately the correct
positions: √16, √9, √11, and 3.5.
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Lesson 3: Existence and Uniqueness of Square Roots and Cube Roots
Find the positive value of 𝑥 that makes each equation true. Check your
solution.
4. 𝑥 2 = 169
a. Explain the first step in solving this equation.
b. Solve and check your solution.
5. 𝑥 3 = 216
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Lesson 1: Exponential Notation
1.
a. Express the following in exponential notation:
(−13) &times; ⋯ &times; (−13).
⏟
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b. Will the product be positive or negative? Explain.
2. Fill in the blank:
2
2
2 4
&times; ⋯&times; = ( )
⏟
3
3
3
_______times
2 4
What is another way to express ( ) using exponents?
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3. Arnie wrote:
(⏟−3.1) &times; ⋯ &times; (−3.1) = −3.14
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Is Arnie correct in his notation? Why or why not?
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Lesson 2: Multiplication of Numbers in Exponential Form
Write each expression using the fewest number of bases possible.
1. Let 𝑎 and 𝑏 be positive integers. 23𝑎 &times; 23𝑏 =
2. 53 &times; 25 =
3. Let 𝑥 and 𝑦 be positive integers.
11𝑥
11𝑦
=
4.
213
23
=
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Lesson 3: Numbers in Exponential Form Raised to a Power
Write each expression as a base raised to a power or as the product of bases
raised to powers that is equivalent to the given expression.
1. (93 )6 =
2. Let 𝑥, 𝑦, 𝑧 be numbers.
(𝑥 2 𝑦𝑧 4 )3 =
3.
48
58
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Lesson 4: Numbers Raised to the Zeroth Power
1.
Simplify the following expression as much as possible.
410 0
∙7 =
410
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Lesson 5: Negative Exponents and the Laws of Exponents
Write each expression in a simpler form that is equivalent to the given
expression.
1. 76543−4 =
2. Let 𝑓 be a nonzero number. 𝑓 −4 =
3. Let 𝑎, 𝑏 be numbers (𝑏 ≠ 0). 𝑎𝑏 −1 =
4. Let 𝑔 be a nonzero number.
1
𝑔−1
=
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Lesson 9: Scientific Notation
1. The approximate total surface area of Earth is 5.1 &times; 108 km2 . All the salt
water on Earth has an approximate surface area of 352,000,000 km2 , and all
the freshwater on Earth has an approximate surface area of 9 &times; 106 km2 .
How much of Earth’s surface is covered by water, including both salt and
Total Surface Area_________________________
Salt Water Area____________________________
Fresh Water Area__________________________
2. How much of Earth’s surface is covered by land? Write your answer in
scientific notation.
3. Approximately how many times greater is the amount of Earth’s surface
that is covered by water compared to the amount of Earth’s surface that is
covered by land?
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Lesson 10: Operations with Numbers in Scientific Notation
1. The speed of light is 3 &times; 108 meters per second. The sun is approximately
230,000,000,000 meters from Mars. How many seconds does it take for
sunlight to reach Mars?
Lesson 13: Comparison of Numbers Written in Scientific Notation and
Interpreting Scientific Notation Using Technology
1. Compare 2.01 &times; 1015 and2.8 &times; 1013 . Which number is larger? How do you
know?