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System of equations. AlgebraClass.com

### Solving a System of Equations

Make solving systems of equations more fun with this color by number! Twelve systems of equations are incorporated into this activity. They may be solved using either the elimination or substitution method. Answer key included CCSS A-REI

### Systems of Equations Color by Number

This is awesome!!! Algebras Friend: Virtual Filing Cabinet {online lesson resources listed by Algebra topic}

### Algebra's Friend: Filing Cabinet - A1

Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing

### Math = Love: Newest Algebra 2 Interactive Notebook Pages

Magnet races are similar to good old-fashioned board races with chalk and are loads of fun!

### Magnet Races: Systems of Equations

Function composition whiteboard practice: Pick a yellow f(x) and a blue g(x). Roll a dice to tell you what to do with them.

### Teaching Statistics: Made4Math - Function Operations

Piecewise functions

The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: An Inspired Linear Programming Foldable

Looking for ideas for teaching systems of equations and polynomials? Check out Skating Through Algebra Graphic Organizers: Systems of Equations & Polynomials. All organizers come with answer sheets. ($)

### Systems of Equations and Polynomials: Skating Through Algebra

Activities: Algebra Tic-Tac-Toe...Pretty neat for solving equations or inequalities!

### Algebra Tic-Tac-Toe

These foldable notes are great for use in interactive notebooks! Factoring can be difficult for algebra students. Hopefully, these notes will help them by providing structure to the process. The foldable includes notes and examples to "Find the GCF", "Special Cases", "Factor Trinomials", "Factor by Grouping", and "Avoid Common Errors/Issues".

### Factoring Foldable Notes for Algebra

### Sticky Note Substitution - ATLTGames

### Systems of Equations Relay Races

My early finishers love these math puzzles, 15 different topics

Scavenger Hunt on Solving Systems of Equations using Elimination --- QR Codes are optional! Let students try to be the first to complete all of the problems!