This circuit (loop, scavenger hunt) is self-checking. It provides "out of seat" practice for simplifying rational expressions within a unit on rational functions.
There are 10 problems in this circuit. Students can start with any problem
(Example, Card 1). They simplify the rational expression, then find the solution
that matches (Example, Card 8) . Students then work the problem on the new
card and so on. If their work is correct, the circuit (or loop) will close.
My students enjoy circuits. I post the problems in the hallway which gives
students opportunity to move about. They enjoy activities that get them out of
their seats. I often allow them to work with a partner on circuit activities – I like to
encourage “talking math”!
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