Calculus Digital Interactive Derivatives by the Chain Rule GOOGLE® Slides RESOURCE
This 1:1 This Teach Interactive™ digital activity is designed is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 1. Practicing derivatives and the chain rule has never been more fun, engaging, and interactive! First students find the derivatives of seven functions using the chain rule, matching the missing parts (the chain). The second part of the activity contains three more rigorous chain rule problems. Students must rearrange the steps in the correct order. This requires higher thinking skills and will engage and challenge even your best students. Note: The problems include transcendentals, but not inverse trig functions. This product is not editable. Please look closely at the previews.
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• Interactive slides with ten Chain Rule problems
• All answer keys
• Directions and instructions for both teachers and students
• Printable version of the activity
• The link to the digital resource
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