This 10 poster scavenger hunt requires students to use knowledge of imaginary and complex numbers and simplify using the distributive property. Students can start at any poster and simplify the expression. Once they have an answer they will look around the room for the poster with the matching answer. Students repeat the process until they get back to their original poster.
Why do students and teachers love this?
Students get automatic feedback on their work using scavenger hunts.
We've had nothing but success using this lesson as a review for a quiz/test or as extra practice after introducing complex numbers.
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