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This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on solving exponential and logarithmic equations. Please view the preview of this activity to see the types of problems that are included. When solving exponential and logarithmic equations, I find that is

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This is a 16 question scavenger hunt on the properties/theorems about circles. Problems include tangent lines, chords, arcs, central angles, inscribed angles, secant lines, and the theorems of segments/angles involving circles. Students are either

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In this activity, students graph 11 conic sections to create an Emoji!
This download includes 2 versions (choose whichever works best for your class):
-Worksheet with conics written in general conic form with space to work
-Worksheet with conics in

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This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on proportional parts created by similar triangles. Problems require students to use the Side-Splitter Theorem, the Corollary to Side-Splitter Theorem (Parallel Lines), and the Triangle-Angle-Bisector Theorem to

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This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on solving rational equations. This activity includes a wide variety of problem types. Problems include monomials, binomials, and trinomials in the denominators. Students should know how to factor and solve

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There are 3 separate logarithm games in this activity. For each game, students must use the answer to the previous card to solve the next card. The preview for this document includes directions and how I like to play in my classroom. Each game

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This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on solving inequalities. Problems include basic 2 step, combining like terms, and the distributive property. Problems with variables on both sides are NOT included in the activity. Students must remember to flip

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This activity includes 32 quiz quiz trade cards on evaluating logarithms. Any time my students seem to be sleepy or bored, I like to pull out a quiz quiz trade activity. Getting up, moving around the room, talking to and helping each other helps

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This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on solving equations involving square roots and rational exponents. Problems have one, two, or no solutions. Problems with extraneous solutions are included.
Scavenger hunts are a great way to get students

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I love activities that get my students up, moving around, and working together while practicing the material. This "Mix and Freeze" is a great short activity to help students practice multiplying with exponents. This activity includes 24 cards

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This is a 12 question scavenger hunt on similarity in right triangles. Problems require students to use the geometric mean to set up proportions to solve for missing parts.
Scavenger hunts are a great way to get students actively engaged. I find

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This is a 6 question partner worksheet on The Pythagorean Theorem. Students both work problem #1. Although each student has a different problem, their answer should be the same when rounding to the nearest tenth. Students compare answers. If

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This is a 10 question scavenger hunt on estimating and simplifying radical expressions. Problems include estimating square roots to the nearest tenth without a calculator, and simplifying square roots and cube roots to simplest radical form.

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This is a Kagan activity involving solving inequalities. Problems include multi-step inequality problems, graphing on a number line, and writing in both set and interval notation. Students work in groups of four. Each student has a different

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This is a 16 question worksheet on graphing most types of functions covered in Algebra 2. I noticed that by the middle of the year, my students could use a refresher on how to graph functions we had discussed at the beginning of the year. I

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Math, Algebra, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Order of Operations, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 2