I wrote this 16-question circuit as an and of the year review for students who can't tell the difference between average value, average rate of change and Mean Value Theorem. Some problems are straight-forward, some are contextual, and all functions from polynomial to trig to square root and exponential are incorporated. Students will even have to interpret a table and a graph.
No calculator is needed to work this circuit.
Students begin in "cell #1", work the problem, and then search for their answer. When they find it, that becomes cell #2 and they continue in this manner until they complete the circuit. My students love this format! They do not get up when the bell rings!
I do not include and answer key with my circuits since the answers are imbedded in the circuit. My colleagues and I check our work very carefully, but if you ever get stuck, please don't hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.