Math Practice Topic: Simplifying Radical Expressions

Description: Simplifying radical expressions

Adaptive Learning Progression: The expression start with just numbers, then eventually include variables.

Sample Levels (out of 4)

Simplify or solve. When solving for x, make sure to give all possible answers. Example: x = 3, -3

1.
   ( -5) 2
=
2.

x2 = 1
x =
3.
   ( -1) 2
=
4.

x2 = 81
x =

Simplify or solve. When solving for x, make sure to give all possible answers. Example: x = 3, -3

1.
48 =    
2.
75 =    
3.
64 =    
4.
200 =    
5.
49 =    

Simplify. Assume all variables are nonnegative.

1.
   49x 12
=    
2.
   50x 7
=    
3.
32x =    
4.
   81x 14
=    
5.
   64x 7
=    

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