## Bell Ringer

** Answer the questions in your math notebook **

1) How are multiplying powers with the same base and dividing powers with the same base similar? How are they different?

2) Get out your homework, Exponents and Multiplication Kuta WS, and unit plan.

1) How are multiplying powers with the same base and dividing powers with the same base similar? How are they different?

2) Get out your homework, Exponents and Multiplication Kuta WS, and unit plan.

**WHERE WE WERE:**- Properties of Exponents
- Multiplication Properties
- Division Properties

**WHERE WE ARE:**- I can use properties of exponents to create equivalent expressions.

**WHERE WE ARE GOING:**- Monday/Tuesday - Zero and Negative Exponents
- Wednesday/Thursday - Progress Check
- Friday - Scientific Notation

## Independent Learning

- The video below will discuss negative exponents.
- As you watch, think about the following questions:
- A positive exponent tells you how many times the base is multiplied by itself. What does a negative exponent tell you?
- Does a negative exponent mean the value of the power is negative?

- A positive exponent tells you how many times the base is multiplied by itself. What does a negative exponent tell you?

## Learning Rotations

- .Reminders
- When you are at an independent station, click on the buttons below to get the instructions.
- Usually there are multiple things to complete during each rotation, so read through all the instructions to make sure you finish.
- Items from each rotation may be used for homework grade, including Front Row.
- If you are at an independent station, please be aware of your noise level.
- If you finish early at any station, read or work on Front Row.
- If phone use continues to be an issue at the independent rotations, we will start collecting them before class begins.

- Start at Round 3

## Reflection

__Think-Pair-Share__

1) If Power has a negative exponent, what do you know about the value of the power?

- Think about it - 1 min
- Pair up and share - 2 min
- Share out to the group - 1 min

## Homework

pg. 432 (#3, 5-8, 20, 24, 26)