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This ready-to-use project applies slope and linear equations to the beauty of snowflakes. Students graph from equations, write equations, and design their own snowflakes. Options included for slope only or slope and linear equations.
Teacher's guide, student handouts, and answer key included.
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This is a complete lesson plan on writing the equation of a line (in Slope-Intercept form) when given the graph of a line. Students will find the y-intercept of the line, then find the slope (by counting or by using the Slope Formula) and substitute the values into the equation of a line.
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In this activity the student will look at the cost of healthcare from 1998 to 2005 and be asked to determine if there is a relationship between each progressing year and the cost (in billions of dollars) for healthcare. The student will also be asked to project into the future and calculate t

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Newly revised and improved. How will the price a landlord charges affect number of apartments they rent? This lesson was created to reinforce analyzing and graphing data, identify the independent and dependent variable, calculate the slope of the line passing through the points, project rentals

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Newly revised and improved. You can purchase many of your “over the counter” medications by just going to your nearby supermarket or convenience store. Many people do not realize that the dosages in these products are for the average person of a certain height and weight. This activity will ask

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Worksheet Containing 8th Grade Common Core Assessment type questions to help students prepare for either state assessments or Final Exams. Topics range from:
Linear Equations
Linear Functions
Functions
Volume
Transformations
Exponents
Pythagorean Theorem
Writing Expressions
and More!

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Algebra that Functions
Graphs of Linear Functions Exploring How "m" and "b" Affect the Graph of a Linear Function
How do "m" and "b" affect the graph of the line of a linear function?
Do you want your students to understand how changing the values of the slope and y-intercept if a

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Algebra that Functions
Linear and Exponential Functions Math Project: Which Salary Would You Choose?
Are you looking for a way for you students to show you they can model linear and exponential functions with a real world application? My product, Linear and Exponential Functions

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Students gain a deeper understanding of factoring through these real life problems and questions.

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Algebra that Functions
Linear Functions Writing Equations from Linear Models
My Linear Functions Writing Equations from Linear Models is a guided lesson that shows learners exactly how to find the slope and y-intercept from table models and graph models of linear functions. It i

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Algebra that Functions
Functions Project
Are you looking for a way to assess your students' understanding of functions? My Functions Project is just what you are looking for. Your students will create a project showing you that they know how to model functions, write in function

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Algebra that Functions
End of Year Linear Functions and/or Systems of Linear Functions Project
This math project is a fun way for your students to apply mathematical reasoning of linear equations and/or systems of linear equations in a real-world situation that is highly engaging!

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Algebra that Functions
Functions and Linear Functions Task Cards
My Functions Task Cards product includes a variety of 50 task cards of function models and students are asked to justify answers. My Functions and Linear Functions Task Cards product will assess your students' skill

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Algebra that Functions
Writing Linear Equations from Table Models With Guidance
Are your students having difficulty writing linear equations from table models for linear functions? My Writing Linear Equations from Table Models With Guidance is just what you need. I included work

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Included are two complete lesson plans guiding students to use the Slope Formula to find the slope of a line. The first lesson uses the formula to find the slope when given two ordered pairs. The second lesson includes finding the slope from the graph of a line.
The lessons include an opening ques

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This interactive notebook foldable and practice set focuses on how to find the slope from two points. Students use the graphic organizers to complete notes on how to find the slope given two points. Students practice the concept with problems included in a second foldable in this

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This is a complete lesson plan for a double-period class on writing the equation of a line (in Slope-Intercept form) when given the coordinates for two points that the line passes through.
Students will first use the Slope Formula to find the slope of the line. They will then substitute the slope

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Does the interest you receive from an account actually meet the bank’s claim??? This lesson will reinforce the theory of graphing data, defining variables, making projections for the future, and formulating a conclusion. The use of spreadsheet software or graphing calculator would enhance the stu

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