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Circuit Training - Using Tables (algebra)

Circuit Training - Using Tables (algebra)
Circuit Training - Using Tables (algebra)
Circuit Training - Using Tables (algebra)
Product Description
I wrote this circuit because I was inspired by an AP colleague's circuit on using tables for calculus problems involving the derivative and the integral. I started thinking, "ALL students could use practice with this idea before WHAMMO! they see it in calculus."

In this circuit students will gain practice pulling values from a large multi-function table to evaluate expressions (such as f(2) - g(1)), solve equations (such as g(x) = 3) and make comparisons (such as which is larger, p(-2) or g(3)?). 22 questions total.

All problems can be worked without a calculator.

There is no answer key included with this circuit since the answers are imbedded in the circuit; it is how students move from one question to the next. My colleagues and I check our circuits very carefully, however, if you find a mistake or get stuck, please do not hesitate to email me at virginia.cornelius@gocommodores.org.
Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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