To
begin, each player must copy the Bingo Card shown at the right. Make
the playing area large enough to write a number in the small box in
each square. Each player uses a copy of the same card.
To win at Algebra Bingo, a player must cross out all the numbers
in any row, column or diagonal. In order to cross out a number,
the player must get that number as the solution to one of the equations
below. The equations do not need to be solved in a certain order.
For
each solution found on the Bingo Card, each player must write the
number of the equation in the corner box for that square. The winner
is the first player who gets a Bingo and has the equation numbers
in the corners verified by the other players.
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