Absolute Value Equations Scavenger Hunt
Cornell notes and a Scavenger Hunt Activity are inlcuded to introduce and practice solving absolute value equations. This includes steps inside and outside the absolute value expression, with examples of no solution as well.
For the scavenger hunt, there are 15 equations that just need to be printed and posted throughout the room. A is worksheet is included for students to use as they walk about and solve the equations. The answer they get to one equation leads them to the next equation. For this activity, I usually split them up into groups of three and assign them a place to start. They always enjoy scavenger hunts, especially when I post equations out in the hallways.
Answer key to the notes along with the correct order to the scavenger hunt to be used as a key is included.
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