This is a set of three mazes to practice solving improper integrals.
Students are given 24 integrals. They will need to determine whether some of these integrals are divergent or convergent. If some integral diverges it must be evaluated. Then students use their answers to navigate through the maze. Not all boxes are used in this maze to prevent students from just guessing the correct route. Recording sheets are provided for students to show all work.
For extra practice, students can solve all the problems and find out how many of the improper integrals are divergent. (There are 30 different improper integrals in this activity total and 9 of them diverge).
Answer keys are included.
This activity is included in my TECHNIQUES OF INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES BUNDLE:
Calculus 1 & 2 : Techniques of Integration Activities BUNDLE