## 3. Student Learning Map

• Topic:#3 Radical Expressions, Functions, and Equations
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• Days:25
Key Learning:

Radical functions represent a family of curves.

Radical equations can be solved using a variety of techniques.

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 How can the properties of rational exponents be used to simplify radical expressions and solve radical equations?
Concept: Rational Exponents
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How do  you simplify an expression containing an nth root?  (A)
How do you multiply and divide radical expressions?  (A)
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What is the relationship between radical form and exponential form?  (A)
How do you use the properties of exponents to simplify expressions containing rational exponents?  (A)
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How are inverse operations used to solve radical equations?  (A)
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How do you find the inverse of a function from its graph/equation?  (A)
How do you graph a radical function?  (A)
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## Vocabulary Report

• nth root -
• inverse of a function -