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DAY THREE

the following should be completed on day 3, though a fourth day may be needed for students

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10. Operations with Radical Expressions (10-3)

Watch this video and take notes as you go in your math notebook. On your worksheet complete the 4 problems at the end of the video.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8H0fWpNcpr9MnVT...

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12. Here is another resource that you can use to go step-by-step in solving the problems below

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DAY ONE

These first 3 components should be completed the first day.

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3. Complete 10 practice problems. Write down any that you get wrong.

https://www.ixl.com/math/algebra-1/simplify-radica...

When you finish, partner with someone to go over problems that you both missed. Teach and learn from each other. Remember, ask 3 before me :)

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4. Go back to the FIRST VIDEO (the one with my voice)

Start it at 3:16 (where we left off) and watch it until 10:47.

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7. Go back to the first video

Please watch it from 10:48 to the end.

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9. Rationalizing Denominators

https://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/rationalize-den...

Use these steps to solve the first 5 practice problems at the bottom of the web page

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DAY TWO

The next 6 components should be completed on day two

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16. Grab a partner, a piece of paper, and crayons or colored pencils! Given the problem below, I need an illustration of what this problem looks like with labeled measurements.

Students are building a rectangular wooden frames for a set of a school play. The height of a frame is 6 times the width, *w*. Each frame has a brace that connects two opposite corners of the frame. What is a simplified expression for the length of a brace?

Hint: Pythagorean theorem

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17. With the same partner, paper, and crayons or colored pencils, given the problem below, I need an illustration of this problem with labeled measurements. And I would like it colored because everything looks better colored :)

A park is shaped like a rectangle with a length 5 times its width, *w. *What is a simplified expression for the distance between opposite corners of the park?

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18. Bonus! If you get this right, you receive two points of extra credit!

What are three fractions that you can multiply 1/

by to rationalize the denominator? Will the resulting products be the same? Explain