## Bell Ringer

Answer the questions in your math notebook

1) Choose the the statement below that is true and explain your thinking:

a) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 12

b) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 64

c) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 7

d) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 1

2) Get a Unit Plan and your homework out to check

1) Choose the the statement below that is true and explain your thinking:

a) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 12

b) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 64

c) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 7

d) 4 raised to the 3rd power is 1

2) Get a Unit Plan and your homework out to check

**WHERE WE WERE:**- Exponents

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

**WHERE WE ARE GOING:**- Monday (skinny) - Iowa assessment review/testing strategies
- Tuesday/Wednesday - Iowa Assessments
- Thursday/Friday - Division Properties

## Cooperative Learning

- We are beginning to look at the rules and properties associated with powers and exponents.
- There are rules for multiplying and dividing powers, zero exponents and negative exponents.
- This worksheet will help you identify one of the rules for multiplying powers.
- With your partner, read through the "Discovering the Rules" worksheet and fill in the table at the bottom.
- Your goal is to figure out the rule that is associated with these types of problems.
- Bring this worksheet with you during the Direct Instructions.

## Learning Rotations

## Reflection

## Homework

- pg. 420 (#2-5, 11-13, 17-18, 23)