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 Unit Details

  • Unit Title
    Exponents
    Unit Number
    11
    Course
    Integrated Math 7/8
    Content Area
    Math
    Description
    Students will use properties of integer exponents to simplify numerical and algebraic expressions. 

    Timeline
    2 Week(s)
    Enduring Understandings
    One representation may sometimes be more helpful than another; and, used together, multiple representations give a fuller understanding of a problem.
    A quantity can be represented numerically in various ways. Problem solving depends upon choosing wise ways.
    Numeric fluency includes both the understanding of and the ability to appropriately use numbers.



    Essential Questions
    How can you use exponents to write numbers?
    How can you use inductive reasoning to observe patterns and write general rules involving properties of exponents?
    How can you divide two powers that have the same base?
    How can you evaluate a nonzero number with an exponent of zero or with a negative integer exponent?




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Know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent expressions.