Challenge your students with this self - checking circuit style worksheet for Implicit Differentiation.
After solving the first problem students look for the answer on the handout and that leads them to the next problem. There are 8 Implicit Differentiation problems for them to complete with room to show all work (big writers can attach a sticky note). It is self checking. This resource can be used for class work, independent or grouped, HW, enrichment, or an assessment. Appropriate for AP Calculus AB and BC, or College Calculus, this is included in the Derivatives Unit.
The FULL SOLUTIONS are included so this is NO PREP for YOU!
The solutions are typed.
This two pages of the activity can also be cut up and used as a scavenger hunt
if you would like your kids up and moving for a change.
In addition, I have included a handout with the graphs of the implicit functions plus I have included an extra fun activity for your students to try to match the Implicit functions with the correct graph. Lots of fun! Answer keys Included.
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