Math Forum - Problems Library - Algebra, Exponents & Radicals

(membership required) || Become a Member || Learn about Membership

 TOPICS This page: exponents & radicals exponents radicals Exponents & Radicals These problems require knowledge of the rules and properties of exponents and radicals. Some of these problems are also in the following subcategories: Related Resources Interactive resources from our Math Tools project: Algebra: Exponents Algebra: Radicals The closest match in our Ask Dr. Math archives: Middle School: Exponents Middle School: Square Roots NCTM Standards: Algebra Standard for Grades 9-12 Access to these problems requires a Membership. The ABC's of Exponents - Steve Risberg Algebra, difficulty level 3. Solve a system of equations involving exponents. ... more>> A Coat of Golden Angels - Terry Trotter Algebra, difficulty level 1. Show how to do scientific notation problems on an 8-digit, four-function calculator. ... more>> Don't Be Square - Ethel Breuche Algebra, difficulty level 1. Use pattern recognition and square roots to find the sum of two numbers. ... more>> Elbert's Equation - Steve Risberg Algebra, difficulty level 3. Use exponent properties, absolute value, and quadratic equations to find the six solutions to Elbert's equation. ... more>> It's the Law! - Terry Trotter Algebra, difficulty level 3. Explain the two most important laws of exponents, as a good teacher or book might do. ... more>> Polynomial Power - Steve Risberg Algebra, difficulty level 3. Given the value of one variable expression, can you use it to find the value of others? ... more>> Poolish Pride? - Steve Risberg Algebra, difficulty level 3. Two competitive brothers build rectangular pools of similar shape but different size. Given some information relating the lengths and widths, find the area of the larger pool. ... more>> A Space Diagonal - Terry Trotter, MATHCOUNTS Algebra, difficulty level 2. Find the space diagonal of a certain cube in a sequence of cubes. ... more>> Two Ladders - Terry Trotter Algebra, difficulty level 2. Find the lengths of two ladders, then find their "differences." ... more>> What's the Point? - Steve Risberg Algebra, difficulty level 3. Find all points on a given line such that they are a specified distance from two points in the plane. ... more>> Page:  1