A fun and self checking review to use before the test on Rational expressions and equations in an Algebra 2 or PreCalculus course. Get students up out of their seats to do this. Using fun names for politicians and perhaps politically incorrect reasons why they won't be elected (see preview), students will work with a partner through problems on simplifying, solving, applying and graphing features of rational expressions and equations.
One will work on problems for which various politician names are the solutions while the other will work on reasons and then have them trade roles. The format is a powerpoint but you should print slides and post them around the room.
See the preview for a sample problem - the thumbnails look reformatted although the down load is actually ok.