This product was created to review for the 2nd semester final exam for Algebra 2 but may be used at anytime appropriate. This product could be a filler assignment if the teacher has the students do just one game of tic tac toe.
There are four tic tac toe games total.
The game is played by two players who take turns choosing a problem to complete. If Player A chooses the problem but does it wrong, but Player B does it correct, Player B gets the space. The first one to complete three problems in a row wins the game.
Players bring the completed work and the board to the teacher to be checked. If the problem is done incorrectly and brought to the teacher, the teacher gets the square!!
Answers are included.
The concepts on the game are:
degree of a polynomial,
evaluating a quadratic equation given a value for the domain,
minimums or maximums of a quadratic function,
simplifying simple rational expressions (quotients of monomials),
simplifying rational expressions (includes a binomial),
dividing rational expressions,
solving rational equations,
simplifying powers of powers,
simplifying expressions with negative exponents,
simplifying and rewriting logarithms,
simplifying radicals using i,
operations with complex numbers, and
solving radical equations.
This product was created by Susan M. Walker.