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"I Have...Who Has..." Difference of Squares

"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
"I Have...Who Has..."  Difference of Squares
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There are 32 problems. They form a complete loop so you can begin with any problem. The goal is to complete the loop as fast as possible. You can shuffle the cards for multiple attempts. My students really have fun trying to improve their time! If you have a smaller class, some students can take more than 1 card. It will help some students to multiply their factors together before the game begins- that way they just need to listen closely for their polynomial!

Algebra 1

Polynomials

Factoring

Difference of Squares

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Competition

I have who has

Total Pages
8 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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