This foldable provides students with 8 examples of how to write graph equations in point-slope form. It is designed so that the teacher can ... Teacher Things, Math Teacher, Student
This foldable walks students through 8 examples. They will learn how to write an equation in slope-intercept form, given: 1. The slope the ...
Point-Slope Form Foldable Today, my Algebra 1 students learned about point-slope form. This is the third and final form of a linear equation we will cover. At first, my students were apprehensive about the new formula, but they quickly warmed up to it. Today, we focused on writing equations in point-slope form and finding the slope and coordinates of the point from the equation.
This is a cut-and-paste activity in which students are given a worksheet with graphs, and another worksheet with linear equations written in standard form. Students must figure out the equation of the graph by determining its slope and y-intercept. Because all the equations are given in standard form, they must determine which is equivalent to their slope-intercept form equation.
This foldable is seperated into three tabs: -Slope-Intercept Form -Point-Slope Form -Standard Form Under each tab, students will write the form o...
This risk-taking strategy game of conquering territories offers a fun way to practice math skills. This version has cards that require students to find slopes and y-intercepts for linear equations and their graphs. -Great way to practice slope intercept form
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