Order of Operations
Properties of Exponents
GCF + LCM
Fun w/ Fractions
100

4 x 8 - 9

What is 23?

100

4^3 written with a prime base is also known as ____.

What is 2^6?

100

The GCF of 8 and 16.

What is 8?

100

1/2 + 1/3

What is 5/6?

200

5 x 6 / 10 + 2

What is 5?

200

Simplify a^b x a^c.

What is a^(b + c)?

200

The LCM of 15 and 10.

What is 30?

200

5/12 - 5/8

What is -5/24?

300

(5 - 6) + 8 / 4 x 3^2

What is 17?

300

Rewrite the following with only positive exponents: [m^(-5)n^(-8)]/[3x^(2)]

What is 1/[3m^(5)n^(8)x^(2)]?

300

The GCF of 70 and 42.

What is 14?

300

7/9 + 8/17

What is 191/153?

400

((17 + 7) / 6 + 11)^2 - 5 x 7

What is 190?

400

Rewrite the following with only positive exponents: [(abc)^2]/[a^(3)b^(-5)c]

What is [b^(7)c]/[a]?

400

The LCM of 24 and 54.

What is 216?

400

1/2 - 73/99

What is -47/198?

500

(((10^2)^-4) x 1000^3)^2

What is 100?

500

Rewrite the following in its most simplified form: {[b^(a/c)]^(c)[b^(c)]}/[a^(c)b^(a+c)]

What is [1/[a^(c)]?

500

The GCF and LCM of 24 and 32.

What are 8 and 96?

500

15/17 - 13/19 + 2/5

966/1615

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