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, "Precalculus and accelerated algebra 2 students could use practice with this idea before WHAMMO! they see it in calculus."
This circuit has 16 questions where students must perform operations with functions (e.g. f(2) - g(5)) by pulling values from a given table. There are a variety of problems from trig to exponential to square root; two questions involving inverses, questions involving composition of functions, and a rational function where students must find the x-value for which the function is undefined.
All problems can be worked without a calculator.
I have an algebra one/two level using tables circuit: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Circuit-Training-Using-Tables-algebra-2559867
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.