This is a resource for reviewing Solving Systems of Equations using all 3 methods: Graphing, Elimination and Substitution. 7 problems are set up for the Graphing Method; 6 problems are set up for the Elimination Method; 3 problems are set up for the Substitution Method.
Students will practice the ELIMINATION METHOD for SOLVING SYSTEMS of EQUATIONS in this coloring activity resource. There are 14 problems which become progressively more challenging with some requiring no multiplication, multiplication to one or multiplication to both equations in the system in order to solve.
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