## Properties of Negative Integer Exponents to Generate Equivalent Numeric Expressions

If you are going to be negative, you are on the wrong side of the line. If you are an exponent, that is. If an positive exponent tells you how […]

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If you are going to be negative, you are on the wrong side of the line. If you are an exponent, that is. If an positive exponent tells you how […]

I take two steps forward I take two steps back We come together ’cause opposites attract I’m like a minus, she’s like a plus One going up, one coming down […]

Imagine trying to divide a set of books among zero people! That doesn’t even make sense….does it? This activity takes this idea one step further, using the relationship between multiplication […]

Exponential growth…we love it when it applies to our bank account, we hate it when it applies to the dishes in the sink! As we multiply the same number over […]

How can you measure a year? Besides, daylights, sunsets, midnights and cups of coffee, we can say a year is 525,600 minutes or 31,536,000 seconds or .001 of a millennium. […]

In previous grades, students have been multiplying positive rational numbers, which include integers, fractions, and terminating decimals. In this activity, they extend their understanding to positive and negative rational numbers. […]