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These are unique pixel arts in the fact that the answers are hidden in sheet 2. If you want to make your own questions, make a copy of the template below.  Put your questions on sheet 1 and then your answers on sheet 2.  Once you update your answer, I would suggest highlighting all the text and making it white and then hiding sheet 2.  To hide sheet 2, right click on it at the bottom and select hide sheet.   

The multiplying exponents activity gives students 2-3 base numbers with different exponents.  The students apply exponent rules to provide an answer that is simplified.  
The independent event probability activity is a basic activity where students are given the probability of A and the probability of B.  They are asked to find the probability of A and B.  

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