Calculus Continuity. Defining Functions to be Continuous. This product is designed for first semester Calculus.
✓16 Task or Station Cards which explore the topic of finding a value which makes a discontinuous function continuous. My students have always had difficulty with problems like this and the textbooks never have enough practice. Every semester we spend extra time on this with problems like these. Once they practice 4 to 5, the rest make sense and go quickly.
•Cards #1 – 7 have students find the values of a constant which makes a piecewise defined function continuous.
•Cards #8 – 15 have students redefine a rational function so it is everywhere continuous. These eight cards are multiple choice.
•Card #16, is a real world application
✓Master List of questions which can be used for an alternate class or for an absent student.
✓Two eight problem Homework assignments or Quizzes
Student response sheet.
✓Graph Paper if students want to visualize the problems.
Please note: Some of these problems have trig functions. Please look at the Preview to make sure it matches your curriculum.
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