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GOAL: USE PROPERTIES OF RADICALS AND RATIONAL EXPONENTS Section 7-2: Properties of Rational Exponents

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Example 1: Use Properties of Radicals

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Simplifying Radicals A radical with index n is in simplest form if : there are no perfect n th powers in the radicand. there are no radicals in the denominators.

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Example 2: Write Radicals in Simplest Form

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Example 3: Use Properties of Rational Exponents

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Like Radicals

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Example 4: Add or Subtract Like Radicals

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Checkpoint:

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Example 5: Simplify Expressions with Variables

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Example 5: continued

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Example 6: Add and Subtract Expressions with Variables

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Checkpoint:

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Checkpoint: Continued

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Homework:

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