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Algebra 1 Part 1
Algebra Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Step 5
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Step 5
Proficiency Level
Description of Standard
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4.0
Goes above and beyond what is taught.
See me!
3.0
Understands how to use exponents to evaluate numerical expressions.
You are able to use exponents in numerical expressions to evaluate these expressions.
2.0
Know the term: exponent.
Define and give an example of the term exponent.
1.0
With help...has the 2.0 content.
You can tell me the definitions with my help.
Note Sheet:
Level 2
This link will give you a basic overview of what an exponent is.
Understanding Exponents
After you have read and looked at the examples of exponents, please take this quiz. You may use your calculator.
Quiz on Exponents
Level 3
Please go through these examples.
More on Exponents!
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Note Sheet:
Level 2
This link will give you a basic overview of what an exponent is.
Understanding Exponents
After you have read and looked at the examples of exponents, please take this quiz. You may use your calculator.
Quiz on Exponents
Level 3
Please go through these examples.
More on Exponents!