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Algebra 1 7-1 Zero and Negative Exponents
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by Matthew Richardson
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A complete formative lesson with embedded slideshow, mini lecture screencasts, checks for understanding, practice items, mixed review, and reflection. I create these assignments to supplement each lesson of Pearson's Common Core Edition Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry courses. See also mathquest.net and twitter.com/mathquestEDU.
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Solve It! Complete the table below. Enter only a number without commas and use fraction form if necessary. For example: 15000 or -3/10.
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Solve It! Simpilify the expression. Write your answer in fraction form. For example: -3/10.

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Problem 4 Got It? A population of insects triples every week. The number of insects is modeled by the expression below, where w is the number of weeks after the population is measured.
Evaluate the expression for w = -2, w = 0, and w = 1. Match the weeks below with their related populations. Not all populations will be used.
• 400 insects
• 600 insects
• 5400 insects
• 6800 insects
• 16,200 insects
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Error Analysis: A student incorrectly simplified the expression below as shown in the image.
Find and correct the student's error on the canvas.
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Review Lesson 6-6: Solve the system by graphing.
Include all relevant graph detail.
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Review Lesson 5-3: Match the slopes m and y-intercepts b with the equations in slope-intercept form.

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Review Lesson 7-1: Match each exponential expression with its simplified form.
• 0.071
• 0.71
• 710,000
• 7.1
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Vocabulary Review: Identify the exponent in the equation.
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Vocabulary Review: Identify the exponent in the equation. Enter only a number.
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Vocabulary Review: Identify the exponent in the equation. Enter only a number.
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Vocabulary Review: Write an equivalent expression using an exponent.

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Vocabulary Review: Identify the base and exponent in the expression.
• Base
• Exponent
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Use Your Vocabulary: Match the correct number with with each situation.
• The temperature is 4 degrees below zero.
• You owe your brother eight dollars.
• A worker's hourly pay increases by \$.50.
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Reflection: Math Success