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24 problems for review in the circuit format! Great for review before standardized tests (SAT, ACT), or for the beginning of the semester. Your students will be engaged as they practice their math skills because they will have to find their answer to advance in the circuit. This element of self-c

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! My student teacher, Brenda Crow, wrote this self-checking 24-question circuit which involves imaginary and complex numbers. Great for algebra 2 level or even for precalculus review.
We do not include answer keys with our circuits sin

Are you interested in getting SEVEN algebra circuits for a reduced price? This mixed review set has many popular circuits that are for sale individually. Separately they would be $19.50 but you can get all seven of them for $14.50. Please copy and paste each link to read about each product (and to m

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Engage your students with these twelve problems to help them practice applying the Quadratic Formula to solve equations! Students check their work as they go, advancing in the circuit by hunting for their answer(s). When they find their answer(s), this becomes the next problem. I wrote this for a

I wrote this 24-question circuit to use with my Calculus students before we tackle limits. All aspects of the rational function are covered from intercepts to asymptotes to end behavior and more. I could imagine a strong group of algebra 2 students using this circuit as a review at the end of a un

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There are 32 problems in this algebra one EOY (end of year) mixed review. Students will have to work problems involving function notation, linear, quadratic and exponential functions, solving linear inequalities, geometric sequences, arithmetic sequences, linear systems, domain and range, and much

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In this circuit students will need to factor completely and then search for one of their factors to move to the next question. In a few of the questions students will have to search for the sum of their factors to advance in the circuit. All types of factoring (and combinations thereof) are includ

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This 48-question circuit is perfect to help review for an end of year algebra one exam, or to use as a back-to-school refresher for algebra two. The problems can all be worked without a calculator, but this does not make them easy! I have based the questions on PARCC and CCSS items. The questions

Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit contains 20 questions which build in difficultly as they address finding vertical, horizontal and even slant asymptotes (two questions towards the end). Students will also be asked to find x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and y-

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This 20-question circuit will require your students to determine the slope (rate of change) given various representations of the (mostly linear) functions. Points, graphs, tables, stories -- these are just a few of the types of question

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This circuit seeks to be a good review of the course right before Algebra I. Some schools call that pre-algebra, some call it transition to algebra, some teach it in middle school, some teach it in high school. In any case, There are 46 problems of varying difficulty and on many topics for student

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This set of 22 exercises would be perfect for a review before an exponential function test. The ideas covered are the equation, the y-intercept, the growth factor, growth vs decay, exponential vs linear, word problems, domain and range, a piecewise function, solving a system, and more! I wrote it

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This 20-question circuit would be great vocabulary and procedural review review for students who are finished or nearly finished with an introductory unit on quadratics. Without technology, students will need to read quadratic equations and determine up/down, vertex, x-intercepts, axis of symmetry,

This circuit is the same as the other beginning geometry circuit, but written at a higher level by my AP Calculus colleague Ginger Riddle. It introduces vocabulary such as vertical angles, supplementary, etc.
Your students will love to learn or review their definitions (vertical, complimentary, b

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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This 20-question circuit has it all for a beginning stats review!
Questions about mean, median, mode and range.
Questions with two-way tables and questions with frequency tables.
Questions about quartiles and inter-quartile range.
A question which asks students to compare the standard deviat

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Your students will love to learn or review their definitions (vertical, complimentary, bisect, etc.) in the circuit format. Great for middle school, high school, or standardized test prep! Students work the first problem, then must hunt for their answer to advance in the circuit. Involves some al

Give your students an engaging cooperative activity to introduce or practice their factoring skills! All types of factoring are included: basic trinomials, trinomials a not equal to 1, grouping, difference of squares, GCF, and even a sum of cubes and a bonus combo.
Student Directions: Factor eac

This document is a review of equations of circles and properties of ellipses. It is nice to make sure students understand these conic sections before introducing hyperbolas. Students must have full knowledge of the equations of circles, full knowledge of properties of ellipses, and eccentricity.

This is a circuit training activity I created for my Geometry class. In it there are 20 problems involving factoring trinomials.In a circuit, students start on the top left box, solve the problem, then look for the answer in the top of another box. They label that box 2, and continuing solving in th

I wrote this set of 40 mixed review exercises for our algebra one students as they prepare for their first benchmark exam. We have covered about a quarter to a third of the material at this point in the academic year. There is no answer key included since the answers are embedded in the circuit; i

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Engage your students with this 16-question review circuit! To advance to the next question, students must hunt for their answer. This encourages them to be precise and also encourages to ask questions when they are stuck. Can be used in class, as an assignment, for standardized test prep, as guid

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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In this set of 16 questions, your students will review vector addition, subtraction, dot products, scalar multiplication, and more! Students will calculate the magnitude and direction angle of vectors. Students will need to toggle between <a, b>, ai + bj, and vectors written with sine and co

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! My AP Calculus colleague, Kelly Hicks, wrote this circuit for her "Advanced Math Plus" students to work at the beginning of the school year. The circuit has a mixture of algebra review topics such as compound inequalities, solving equat

All algebra teachers wish their students were better at factoring. Your students will get great practice with this essential skill as they work through these 10 circuits. In each circuit, the problems become progressively more difficult so it is great for differentiated instruction. To advance in

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