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  • Patti Drawdy

    Solving Special Case Equations... Excellent intro to solving equations with one, none, or infinite solutions

  • Meredith Sheffield

    LESSON: Solving Special Case Equations #interactivenotebook #isn #inb #math #teachingmath #secondary

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Creative Way to Teach No Solution / Infinite Solutions

This puzzle puts a twist on the more traditional "Build-A-Rectangle" activity.

This resource has guided notes and examples to introduce the concept that an equation may have one solution, infinitely many solutions or no solution. Practice is given on solving equations with the variable on both sides. A second activity has writing equations from verbal statements and application problems.

this activity asks students to identify types of systems of equations (with 1 solution, no solution and infinite solutions) when data is presented in tables, graphs, sets of coordinate pairs and pairs of equations.

Page 2 is folded in and taped to page 3 to create a "pocket". I do this for students as some of them have trouble doing this step and it's faster for me to just do it for them. I color the pocket opening so that it's easily visible. This is where any papers that we tape/glue into our notebook, etc. can be placed for easy transport to and from school.

Solving Equations Puzzle with integer and fraction answers - I do these type of puzzles alot with the kids. They really like to cut and paste.

Solving Equations Menu.pdf - Google Drive

Systems of Equations.  Many students have difficulty remembering the different methods of solving  for a solution, and how to figure out how many solutions the system has.  After tea...

Solving Equations. Gavin is loving this. He enjoys math so much he will make up problems during his free time.

Here's a packet of pages on understanding equality and solving equations.

NEW BUZZMATH ACTIVITY – LINEAR INEQUALITIES There’s not always just one solution to a math problem. Sometimes there is a whole set of solutions! This is the case when graphing linear inequalities.