Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)

Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
Maze - Find Zeros and Write Polynomial Functions (EASY)
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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions


This Maze focuses on Two Type of Questions::
☑ Find the Zeros of a given Polynomial Function (See Questions Type Below)
☑ Write a Polynomial Function with the given Zeros (See Questions Type Below)

I use this maze when I first introduce the concept of Finding Zeros and Writing Polynomial Functions. I would like my students to clearly distinguish between the two type of questions and feel comfortable with these questions before moving into more complex questions.

Finding Zeros of Polynomial Functions Questions Type (8 Questions):
☑ Some Polynomial Functions are factored into linear factors of the form (x ± #). ..... (x maybe a linear factor here)
☑ Some Polynomial Functions Need to be factored out. (GCF, Difference of Two Square,s Trinomials where a = 1)
☑ The multiplicity of some factors is more than 1
☑ The zeros are all Integers

Writing Polynomial Functions Questions Type (8 Questions):
☑ Integer Roots ONLY
☑ Roots DO NOT HAVE multiplicity
☑ Polynomials are of Third and Fourth Degree
☑ The multiplicity of some factors is more than 1

There are NO COMPLEX ROOTS or IRRATIONAL ROOTS.

Before playing this maze, students are expected to be familiar with:
- How to change Roots into Linear Factors
- Distributive Property (Needed when multiplying linear factors)

Please take a look at the preview for the type of problems this maze addresses before purchasing.

A STEP-BY-STEP Answer Key is included in this Maze

There are 17 questions where a different set of zeros is given. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 16 questions out of the 17 provided to get to the end of the maze. 8 Questions are on Finding the Zeros of Polynomial Functions and another 8 Questions on Writing the Polynomial Functions from the given zeros.

This maze could be used as a review, recap of the lesson, pair-share, cooperative learning, exit ticket, entrance ticket, homework, individual practice, and more.

This maze focuses only and only on the above type of problems. More mazes related to writing polynomial functions are on the way. Stay tuned.

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