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For students who might still be struggling with radicals, here are some graphic organizers that might help:
Adding Radicals  
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multiplying_radicals_visual_helper.pdf  
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Calculator Recommendation
For Secondary Math 2, students are required to have a scientific calculator. The recommended calculator is the TI30XS. This calculator has a four line display with a MathPrint mode that displays fractions, square roots, etc. the way they are typically displayed in a textbook. It also allows for more exact answers, and doesn't just give a decimal approximation. These are great calculators! The TI36XS is similar.
Other scientific calculators, such as the TI30X IIS are fine, but they do not have a MathPrint mode. Their display is not quite as nice as the TI30XS.
There are a very limited number of these calculators available to rent in the school library, but if possible we suggest students purchase their own.
Other scientific calculators, such as the TI30X IIS are fine, but they do not have a MathPrint mode. Their display is not quite as nice as the TI30XS.
There are a very limited number of these calculators available to rent in the school library, but if possible we suggest students purchase their own.