Tag Archives: Simplifying Radicals

InCA Assignment for 1/10

All InCA students will have a Homework Quiz on Monday of the following assignments (these assignments came out in different orders for different periods, but the numbering is the same):

  • HW 4.2 – Evaluating Rational Powers
  • HW 4.3 – Multiplying/Dividing Radicals
  • HW 4.4 – Simplifying Radical Expressions with Rational Roots

Review the homework keys and videos for the past few days to prepare!

3rd and 8th periods did different things today (you’ll be aligned again come Monday)

3rd Period

We returned to our work with fractional exponents and used them to simplify radical expressions

Today’s Links

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8th Period

Rational exponents are equivalent to radicals, therefore the shortcuts that we can use working with exponents extend to radicals as well. Today we discussed multiplying and dividing radical expressions.

Today’s Links

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InCA Assignment for 12/10

We didn’t actually finish our lesson yesterday, so today’s HW is the same as yesterday’s. We did some more work with the quadratic formula today, specifically with simplifying the radical expressions we sometimes get when we apply it.

Today’s Links

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InCA Assignment for 12/9

Each week, starting today, we will be participating in the New York Times’s What’s Going On in This Graph activity. Click the link to see today’s graph, and go to Desmos to enter some of your thoughts.


We did some more work with the quadratic formula today, specifically with simplifying the radical expressions we sometimes get when we apply it.

Today’s Links

Cumulative IXL Modules