This scavenger hunt on finding limits contains 2 sets of ten-card scavenger hunts or 1 set of twenty-card scavenger hunt. The twenty-card set has blue diamonds on the cards. There are two ten-card sets (one with red hearts and one with black clubs. Using these diamonds, hearts or clubs it is easy
This set of cards can be used to review both the chain rule and implicit differentiation in Calculus or Calculus AP. Each card has a problem displayed in the center of the card and an answer to another problem, in a magnifying glass, at the bottom right of the card. If you use the 10 cards with a
This set of cards can be used to review all the various differentiation techniques with Calculus students. You will find sums and differences, products and quotients, composite functions, trigonometry, inverse trigonometric functions, and implicit differentiation.
Suggestions for working with the
This set of cards can be used to challenge students to think about the concept of optimizing a function.
Suggestions for working with the cards:
1. Post the cards around the classroom (either a set of 10 problems ♡, 10 problems ♧ or 20 problems ♢). The 10 set of ♡ problems focus on optimizing a f
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