STANDARD N.RN.B.3 Explain why the sum or product of two rational
numbers is rational; that the sum of a rational number and an irrational
number is irrational; and that the product of a nonzero rational number
and an irrational number is irrational. 
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RegentsSimplifying Radicals 1a
IA/A/AL
MC 
10/5/4 
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RegentsSimplifying Radicals 1b
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MC 
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RegentsOperations with Radicals 1
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classify 
10 
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RegentsOperations with Radicals 2
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multiplication and division 
2/2/5 
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RegentsOperations with Radicals 3a
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MC, addition and subtraction 
6/10/2/3 
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RegentsOperations with Radicals 3b
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bimodal, addition and subtraction 
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RegentsOperations with
Radicals 4
IA/A/SIII/AL mixed 
4/1/1/2 
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PracticeSimplifying Radicals 1
MC 
16 
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PracticeSimplifying Radicals 2
open ended 
11 
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PracticeOperations with Radicals 1
addition/subtraction 
10 
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PracticeOperations with Radicals 2
multiplication 
10 
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PracticeOperations with Radicals 3
division 
10 
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LESSON PLAN 
Use Properties of Rational
and Irrational Numbers 
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VIDEOS 
Simplifying square roots of
rational numbers 
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Estimating square roots of
rational numbers 
Simplifying square roots of rational
numbers 
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Simplifying radicals by dividing 
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Multiplying two radical
expressions 
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Adding and subtracting
radical expressions 
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Simplifying before adding and subtracting
radical expressions 