Students match different forms of the same linear equation (slope-intercept, point-slope, standard) in this puzzle activity. Good practice for translating between the forms.

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This packet shows linear functions in four formats - as equations, graphs, tables, and described by their intercepts and slopes. It contains a worksheet and a mix-n-match version. As a worksheet, the student is given one of the types of information and is asked to fill in the remainder of the chart.

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Great practice for my Algebra students in converting between the 3 forms of linear equations: point slope, standard, & slope intercept!

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Mrs. Hester's Classroom: 8th Grade Math: Units 3 and 4

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These task cards would be perfect for my 8th Grade Math & Algebra students! I love how so many different skills are covered relating to Slope & Y-Intercept. Determine slope and y intercept from graphs & tables. Understand the difference between proportional and non-proportional graphs & tables. Calculate slope when given two points. Write a corresponding equation in y=mx+b form when given a graph or table

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I have done a project similar to this. It adds more rigor if students create their own equations and develop their own design. I usually have them create a certain number of each type of line, have them identify slope, y-intercept, etc. to cover more of what I am teaching on the concept.

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Top New Mystery & Thriller on Goodreads, December 2012

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Graphing Slope Intercept Form Worksheets

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