# Ten Sets of Five Relay Cards for Calculus

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This activity contains ten sets (labeled sets A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I, and J ).

Each set of made up of five cards (numbered 1,2,3,4 and 5).

Students should be placed into groups of 5 and each student is assigned a number from 1 to 5.

Suppose you decide to use just one set of cards such as Group A.

• Cut the five cards apart and give each student their appropriate problem number.
• In addition, give each first student in a group a recording sheet.
• On the starting signal, each student can begin to work their problem.
• When student 1 completes their problem, the answer is placed on the recording sheet and passed to student 2.
• Student 2 uses the answer from student 1 for the value of K in their problem. When student 2 finishes their problem they record their answer on the recording sheet and passes it to student 3.
• This procedure continues until student 5 records their answer. At this point student 5 shows the recording sheet to the teacher.
• The first group with the correct answer on question will be the winner.

The cards review the following topics in Calculus and AP Calculus:

• Derivative of a function at a point,
• Bounded Area
• Instantaneous Rate of Change
• Definite Integrals
• Average Value of a Function
• Average Rate of Change
• Slope of Function at a point
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