# 8th Grade Math Worksheets

First things first, prioritize major topics with our printable compilation of 8th grade math worksheets with answer keys. Pursue conceptual understanding of topics like number systems, expressions and equations, work with radicals and exponents, solve linear equations and inequalities, evaluate and compare functions, understand similarity and congruence, know and apply the Pythagorean Theorem, find volume and surface area, develop an understanding of statistics and probability and much more. Our free math worksheets for grade 8 students make sure they start right!

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Explore 280+ Eighth Grade Radicals and Exponents Worksheets

Finding the Square Roots of Perfect Squares | Integers

Finding the square root is not a difficult row to hoe for students who are in the groove. Apply prime factorization and determine the square roots of the first fifty perfect squares offered as positive integers.

Finding the Square of Square Roots

Let your practice in squaring numbers soar to new heights with these printable exercises. Square the square roots in Part A, find the square roots in Part B, and choose the option that best fits in Part C.

Operations with Exponents | Integers

Implement the appropriate property of exponents and add, subtract, multiply, and divide the exponential expressions here.

Law of Exponents: Product Rule (a^{m}. a^{n} = a^{m+n}) - Type 1

To multiply two terms with the same base, just add(algebraic sum) their powers. Use this rule to find an unknown exponent.

Law of Exponents: Quotient Rule ((a^{m}/a^{n}) = a^{m-n}) - Type 1

Subtract the exponents to divide two terms with the same base; evaluate expressions, and find the value of x using the rule.

Law of Exponents: Power of a Power Rule ((a^{m})^{n} = a^{mn}) - Type 1

Rewrite each exponential expression, rendered in the power of a power, with a single exponent by multiplying the exponents.

Reciprocals and Inverses of Exponents

A reciprocal of a number is its multiplicative inverse. Find the reciprocal of an expression with a positive or negative exponent.

Evaluating Expressions using Laws of Exponents: Mixed Review

Employ the relevant rules of exponents; perform division and multiplication; evaluate each exponential expression.

Convert to Scientific Notation

Move the decimal point toward the left or right, multiply the relevant powers of 10, and express the numbers in scientific notation.

Scientific Notation: Addition and Subtraction

Adjust the powers of 10 to obtain expressions with like indices; add or subtract; rewrite your answer in scientific notation.

Operations with Numbers in Scientific Notation

Bring the product rule, quotient rule and other apt laws into play; add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers in scientific notation.

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions with Positive Exponents

Simplify the single-variable algebraic expressions involving positive exponents by applying the properties of exponents.

Evaluating Exponential Expressions with Multiple Variables

Assign the values for each variable, perform the operations as directed, and evaluate the multi-variable algebraic expressions.

Finding the Dimensions of Plane Geometric Figures

Plug the values of each variable in the expression and simplify to determine the indicated dimensions of each geometric figure.

Operations with Exponents | Fractions

Use the laws of exponents and evaluate a variety of exponential expressions with fractions and rational numbers as a base.