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# Laws of Exponents

If: Example: Another Example For Negative Exponents Still More Examples Why? More Exponents Example: More Exponents

Example: Example: If a and b are not zero , Example: Example: Note that So we have just "factored" 1,000 Example: If Example: Example: Practice

Simplify each expression (you may leave   ( bases are different ) Definitions

Square Root - a number that when multiplied by
itself
produces a given number.
Example:
3 is a square root of 9.
-3 is also a

Radical Sign The symbol for the positive
square root. square root of 9.

By convention, the radical sign , a designates
only the positive square root.

Radical Sign Radicand

Squaring and Taking a Square Root
are Inverse Operations
Like Multiplication is to Division Square Numbers and Square Roots Perspective

When taking a Square Root, one question you
"What number times itself is the radicand?” "What number times itself is 36?"

Practice Taking the Square Root  Question
Between which whole numbers is the
Square Root of 45? 45 is not a square number, but it is
between two square numbers.

36 < 45 < 49

and and  is a little less than 7. Practice
Estimate the value of Practice

Estimate the value of Since 64 < 67 < 81

and and  is a little more than 8. Fill in the missing parts Part 2

1. Explain how 9 and 81 are related.

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2. Without a calculator , identify the two integers
between which the square root lies, and explain
why. Opening Activity

Your rich uncle needs your help in his office for a 30
day month. He made an unusual offer to pay you 1¢
the first day, 2¢ the second day, 4¢ the third day,
each day doubling the previous days pay. Of course,
you were insulted and were about to refuse
employment for the month when he said, "Ok, ok, I