Great practice and for Limits. This engaging, fun product is designed for AP Calculus AB, BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 1, and for some curriculum, PreCalculus
Students find the limits analytically of given function. Each solution leads to the next problem as they work around a fun maze.
Limits do not include trig functions or other transcendentals or limits as x approaches infinity. There are polynomials, rational functions, and piecewise defined functions. There are 20 possible questions of which fifteen must be completed to get the maze correct.
An additional handout which can be used as quiz, worksheet, enrichment, or homework assignment with 12 similar problems is also included
as well as all answer keys. Student response sheets with rooms for students to show all the steps of their work, if you choose, are also included. The handout can be given first as a practice review before the maze or even for an absent student.
Please see the link below for the GOOGLE® slides version of this activity.
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