Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down and check their work.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer sheet is included. Two versions of the maze are included: color and black and white. The differences are shown in the thumbnails.
There are 11 stations. All of the problems use rational exponents. They can all be solved by using the reciprocal exponent or converting to radicals. Some of the problems require using u-substitution to solve equations that are quadratic in form. The problems are of various difficulty, but this was created for an Honors class. Make sure these problems are appropriate for your students - download the preview and look at the thumbnails to see problem examples.
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