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Laurah Jurca
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<p>I currently serve as an ESOL Coach for my school district in Maryland. I work with both ESOL and mainstream teachers to help them improve the quality of their instruction for their English language learners. During my career, I have taught grades k-8,  ...

Lesson 27: Working with Radicals

The lesson begins with the product and quotient rules for radicals, highlighting the frequently made mistakes of students by overgeneralizing the rules. Simplification examples follow and then sums and differences of radicals are presented. The lesson concludes with rationalizing denominators containing both one and two terms.

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