This is an end of year review game for an Algebra 2 class. Students will work in groups (or individually) to complete "missions" based on certain topics in the Algebra 2 curriculum. See list of topics below and be sure to look at the preview to make sure that this activity is right for your students. Each mission is separate from the others, so if needed, you can omit any mission that isn't right for your students. A group answer sheet is included as well as teacher directions, and answer key.
There are 14 “missions” for students to complete, each with 5 questions for a total of 70 questions. The missions can be completed in any order, and don’t relate to each other. Each mission is based on a specific topic from Algebra 2. Students pick a mission to start with, answer the questions on their group answer sheet and then bring the answer sheet up to have checked by the teacher. I give 2 points for getting the correct answer on the first try and 1 point for the second try with no points awarded after that. Each topic gets a total and then you can add up each total to get the group’s score.
Types of questions include multiple choice, free response with some of the multiple choice questions have more than one right answer. The majority of questions are multiple choice.
•Transformations of graphs, writing equations of transformations (absolute value, radical, quadratic)
•Solving absolute value equation/inequalities
•Factoring completely (sum/difference of cubes, higher order quadratics, grouping)
•Solving polynomial equations (using quadratic formula, factoring, and includes imaginary solutions)
•Operations with complex numbers (adding, subtracting, multiplying, simplifying powers of i, rationalizing denominators)
•Characteristics of polynomial functions (end behavior, increasing/decreasing intervals, intercepts)
•Radicals (simplifying, rational exponents, operations with radicals, solving equations)
•Sequences & Series
•Rational Expressions (simplifying, adding/subtracting, complex fractions, multiplying, solving equations)
•Rational Functions (characteristics, families of functions, identifying asymptotes, domain/range)
•Operations with Functions (composition, inverses, adding/subtracting and evaluating)
•Statistics (permutations vs. combinations, normal distribution, z-score)
•Systems (linear/quadratic, quadratic/quadratic, inequalities)
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