In this three- or four-person game, students compete to answer questions related to integration quickly and accurately. There are 32 questions written on cards cut from a sheet of paper, with answers that easily print on the back of each card. Students work to answer each question first, earning a point if they get the question correct first.
Teachers can remove questions from the set and use this activity at any point during a unit (or units) on integration. The full set includes the following topics on a total of 32 cards:
- Antiderivatives, up to and including u-substitution (no integration by parts)
- Simple initial-value problems
- Average value
- Area of a region enclosed by two or more graphs
- Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
- Mean Value Theorem for Integrals
- Rectilinear motion (position, velocity, and acceleration)
Answers are set up so a copier will copy them onto the back of the questions.