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# Simplifying rational expressions

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Simplifying Algebraic Rational Expressions from 4 The Love of Math on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages)

This is a simplifying rational expressions matching game. There are 15 problems total. Students will match the problem with the solution. These cards can be matched by students, or used to play matching games like go fish or memory. This is a great end of lesson informal assessment. It could ...

Simplifying Rational Expressions Scavenger HuntThe objective of this scavenger hunt activity is to practice simplifying rational expressions by factoring. There are 12 total problems that just need to be printed and posted throughout the classroom and hallway. Students are put into groups of 2-3 and...

Operations with Rational Expressions Gone Fishin' GameThis game is a super fun way to practice operations with rational expressions. Students came come up to the board/computer to select a fish, or if you have an interactive whiteboard, they can throw a Koosh ball. The fish really do move and the ki...

Radical Operations BingoThis bingo game was created for students to review operations with radicals, including: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Rationalizing the denominator is required for division. All answers are written in simplest radical form. This is a PowerPoint game that c...

Simplifying Rational Expressions Scavenger HuntThe objective of this scavenger hunt activity is to practice simplifying rational expressions by factoring. There are 12 total problems that just need to be printed and posted throughout the classroom and hallway. Students are put into groups of 2-3 and...

Partner Power activities are practical and fun for students!This activity consists of twenty rational expressions (ten for each partner). Students will be required to simplify the algebraic fractions by factoring.Use this activity for practice, as a review, as a math center, or as an assignmentchoic...

This activity has students start with the "START" card, solve the problem on that card to find the solution, then find the solution on one of the other cards and circle the correct solution. Students continue this process until the "START" card is connected to the "END" card. Dominoes line the per...