Exponents

 
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Mayen Davis
created at Touro College
Email: mdavis29@schools.nyc.gov
 
 
AIM: Students will understand:
  • An exponent is a way to abbreviate repeated multiplication
  • Exponent notation has two parts: the base and the exponent
  • A variable is a letter that represents an unknown number
  • Numerical expressions with exponents can be evaluated and written in expanded form
Standard(s):
A.PS.2   Recognize and understand equivalent representations of a problem situation or a mathematical concept.
 
A.PS.4   Use multiple representations to represent and explain problems situations
 
A.N.4  Unserstand and use scientific notation to compute products and quotients of numbers greater than 100%
 
A.N.6  Evaluate expressions involving factorial(s), absolute value(s), and exponential expression(s)
 





 
 

Exponent Song

 
Activities to work on
SUMMIT MATH     Lesson 32.1        Lesson32.2         Lesson 32.3
 Lesson 32.4        Lesson 32.5            Lesson 32.6
                
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