Math Practice Topic: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 2

Description: This topic deals with simplifying algebraic expressions with multiplication, exponents, and roots.

Adaptive Learning Progression: Multiplication, then exponents, then roots.

Sample Levels (out of 4)

Simplify the following. Expand to the form abc, where a & c are numeric and b is a variable, such as 3x2.

1.
( - 9x -3 )( - 2x ) =
2.
( 9x )( 4x 4 ) =
3.
( - 2g -5 )( - 6g -1 ) =
4.
( - 7n -3 )( 3n -4 ) =
5.
( - 5p -4 )( - 10p 5 ) =

Simplify the following. Expand to the form abc, where a & c are numeric and b is a variable, such as 3x2.

1.
( - 8c 2) 2 =
2.
( 8h -3) 5 =
3.
( i -5) 5 =
4.
( 7a 4) 2 =
5.
( -c -1) 5 =

Simplify the following. Expand to the form abc, where a & c are numeric and b is a variable, such as 3x2.

1.
   16x 8
=
2.
   9n 4
=
3.
   81p 6
=
4.
   16w 8
=
5.
   25q 2
=

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