This 36-question circuit will keep your students engaged as they prepare for their final assessment. Problems come from both the differential and integral calculus and involve everything from applications to symbolic manipulation. All functions are represented (trig, exponential, logarithmic, square root), and many different representations from tabular data to equations. There are three questions about limits. The first 24 questions do not require a graphing calculator, but the remaining twelve do.
Students begin in the first cell and when they get their answer, they search for it among the remaining cells and when they find it, that becomes the next problem. Students continue in this manner until they complete the circuit.
There is no answer key with the circuit because the answers are embedded in the circuit. My colleagues and I check our work very carefully, but if you ever find a mistake or get stuck, please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.