Combinations, Permutations, and Counting Fun Maze with GOOGLE Slides. NO PREP for you!
This fun GOOGLE® Slide activity reinforces the concepts of permutations, combinations, and counting principles. The different types of problems are placed randomly in the maze so that students must first decide the type of question, before solving.
The questions on the maze are letter coded so that if a student has a question, he or she can just ask about Question G, for example. Students work through the are fifteen questions with none skipped.
Also included is a quiz or HW assignment with ten questions. It is also part of the Google resource and can be separated and shared with your students separately.
All answer keys are included as well as detailed instruction on using Teach Interactive™ GOOGLE slide products and sharing with your students.
For the printable version click here Printable Maze and HW
This resource is included in ★ Algebra 2 MEGA Bundle of GOOGLE Activities
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