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Daily Quiz – Exponent Rules Using our review of exponents, determine if the statement below is True of False. Justify your answer.

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Objectives: SWBAT… – Use the Order of Operations to simplify/evaluate complex numerical expressions In other words… – Students will recognize that the structure of an expression governs how we work math problems

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Order of Operations Parentheses = Grouping Symbols ( ) [ ] Left to right!!! Grouping Symbols??? Yes No Also roots PEMDAS

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Key Concept: Absolute Value – – A number’s distance away from zero The absolute value bars behave like parentheses in Order of Operations.

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Reward for the winners!

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Exit – To be completed in Notes 1. 2. 3. Challenge Accepted!

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