About this resource : This activity allows Algebra students to practice solving systems of equations in a way a little different than a traditional worksheet. There are 9 systems of equations word problems that have three choices each.
This shows students how to find slope from a graph, an equation, a table, a word problem, and from two points. This is a quick go-to guide. This was folded in half and used in an interactive notebook. There are the same questions as the y-intercept notes.
This is a simple foldable that fits in a binder. Notes are provided on 3 ways to solve systems of equations and there is space for students to work an example or two. The foldable provides support for these Common Core State Standards:
This activity provides Algebra students with a fun way to practice or review Point Slope Form around Halloween - or any time of year! Students solve given problems and their answer determines what color they use to fill in the next page. Great for homework, after a test or just a fun break in class! Answer key included.
Converting Linear Equations ~ Slope Intercept, Standard, & Point Slope
About this resource : This 11 question exponents worksheet asks students to identify the operation they would use to simplify problems using the rules of exponents. Once they find their answer they use the corresponding color to complete a coloring page.
This activity poses the real world question "Which is the better deal?" when buying one of three passes to an amusement park. Students are to develop equations, make tables, graph lines, and analyze their results. This activity can be used for a systems of equations unit but I have also use it before teaching systems.