Derivatives Color by Number, Version 2
If you liked Derivatives Color by Number Version 1, you will love this one, too. This fun, engaging activity includes 14 questions on derivatives after the chain rule. Problems include trig functions, inverse trig functions, exponentials, radicals, quotients and logarithms (see preview for problems). Students find the value of the derivative at a particular point, match the numerical answer to a designated color, and then color in the design, a fun pop art, math related picture I created. Difficulty levels are mixed. If desired, students can use their own color scheme. Directions included for color changing.
This can be used as a review, individually or with small groups. Great for a Sub Folder, too. Answer key included. You can also surprise your students on Pi-day with a fun activity.
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