Help your 8th graders get up to speed on roots and radical expressions with these convenient and entertaining video lessons. Check your students' mastery of these concepts with the self-assessment quizzes that accompany each lesson.

The fun video lessons and quick quizzes in this chapter are useful for helping your 8th grader review and practice operations involving roots and radical expressions. Students can watch these engaging videos to learn how to estimate square roots, factor radical expressions and find cube roots. The self-assessment quizzes that come with each lesson and the chapter exam are handy tools for checking your student's progress or understanding of critical concepts.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Find the Square Root of a Number Lesson uses examples to show students how to find a number's square root.
Estimating Square Roots Students learn the process required to estimate square roots.
Simplifying Square Roots When not a Perfect Square Instructors show students what to do when a square root isn't a perfect square.
Simplifying Expressions Containing Square Roots Videos provide instructions on simplifying expressions that have square roots.
Evaluating Square Roots of Perfect Squares This lesson shows the method for simplifying radical expressions with perfect square radicands.
Factoring Radical Expressions Students learn the product rule for radicals and how to use it in multiplication operations with radical notation.
Simplifying Square Roots of Powers in Radical Expressions Using examples, instructors show how to simplify radical expressions that have radicands as powers.
Multiplying then Simplifying Radical Expressions Students practice multiplying radical expressions and then simplifying them.
Dividing Radical Expressions The video provides step-by-step directions for dividing radical expressions.
Simplify Square Roots of Quotients Lessons use examples to describe how to simplify the square roots of quotients.
Rationalizing Denominators in Radical Expressions Students learn how to rationalize denominators of radical expressions.
Addition and Subtraction Using Radical Notation Instructors teach the steps required to add and subtract with radical notation and describe how the distributive laws are used to simplify.
Multiplying Radical Expressions with Two or More Terms Students look at radical expressions that have more than one term and learn how to multiply them.
Solving Radical Equations: Steps and Examples Video shows how to use the principle of squaring once when solving radical equations with a couple isolated radical terms.
Solving Radical Equations with Two Radical Terms Students demonstrate the method for solving radical equations that have two radical terms by using the principle of squaring twice.
How to Find the Cube Root of a Number Instructors use examples to describe the process of finding the cube root of a number.

16 Lessons in Chapter 20: 8th Grade Math: Roots & Radical Expressions
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