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Tutorial

## DAY THREE

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

## 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.

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

Source: Purple Math

## DAY ONE

These first 3 components should be completed the first day.

## 1. Flipped lesson on Simplifying radicals

Watch this video and HIT PAUSE AT 3:15

## 2. Simplifying square roots - Khan academy

Watch this video and answer the questions below on the worksheet I gave you. PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK!

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

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 :)

## 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.

## 6. Removing variable factors from radicals

After watching this video, answer the questions below in your math notebook. They will be stamped and collected.

## 7. Go back to the first video

Please watch it from 10:48 to the end.

## 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

## DAY TWO

The next 6 components should be completed on day two

## 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

## 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?

## 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