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Discover linear equations the fun way. This is a 5 day project that is ready to use. Implementing it in your class will be as easy as pi.
Students will need access to a computer or iPad. They will use a powerful online graphing calculator to create a drawing of the Eiffel tower via www.desmos.co

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In this activity, students will analyze calories and fat fast food sandwiches. They will collect data, create a scatterplot, and generate a line of best fit. Then they will use this information to create equations in Slope Intercept Form and Point Slope Form. The equations will be used for making

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The learning objectives for this lesson are the following:
1- The student will understand how to graph square root functions,
2-The student will understand how to identify a translation from the parent function y= √x
3-The student will understand how to identify the domain and range
4-The student

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This project reviews the following:
1) Graphing linear equations and finding intercepts, domain and range
2) Graphing Quadratic Equations and finding vertex, intercepts, domain and range
3) Graphing Radical Functions and finding intercepts, domain and range
4) Graphing Exponential Functions and t

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Interactive. Instant Feedback. Paperless. Made for Google Drive. This Google Form activity contains 10 problems where students will:
Write linear equations in Slope-Intercept Form given a graph of a linear function. Includes undefined and zero slope linear functions.
Download includes a PDF with

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Also included in: Algebra 1 ALL INCLUSIVE Digital Resource Membership (Made for Google Drive)

This writing equations from graphs worksheet is formatted through Google Sheets and ready for Google Classroom!
Graphs are already on the sheet. Students will click on the yellow box and type their slope intercept answer. The answer must be written in slope intercept form and reduced. This ensure

Students will practice writing an equation of a line in slope-intercept form by identifying the slope and the y-intercept of each line and represent their answer in y = mx + b form. This activity is intended for notebooks but can be used as regular worksheet. This item also includes an interactive G

Students will practice matching linear equations to their graphs with this fun digital activity! Students will match 20 equations to their graphs. Many of the equations are very similar and involve the same numbers, so students will need to work carefully!All equations are written in slope-intercept

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Also included in: Middle School Math DIGITAL Activity Bundle for Google Drive & OneDrive Volume 2

- In this digital activity, students will identify the slope and y-intercept of equations (in slope-intercept form), graphs, and tables.- This activity includes 25 different equations, graphs, and tables over three slides. They will drag and drop the slope and y-intercept to match with its correct e

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Also included in: Linear Functions - Unit 4 - BUNDLE - GOOGLE Slides

The learning goal of this project is Graphing Rational Functions.
The students will answer the following questions for each function:
a. If possible, write the equation in simplest form _________
b. What is the Domain of this function? ________________
c. What is the Y-intercept? ________X-interc

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In this Google Slides activity, students will practice graphing linear equations in Slope-Intercept Form, Point-Slope Form or Standard Form. There are 3 formats (one for each type of Linear Form) to allow for differentiation.
The directions of the Laser Tag themed resource states: "It’s a game of

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Also included in: Algebra 1 ALL INCLUSIVE Digital Resource Membership (Made for Google Drive)

- In this digital activity, students will match tables and graphs to their appropriate equation in slope-intercept form.- Students will need to know how to identify a linear equation from a graph and table. Includes 15 different linear functions to match (15 graphs, 15 tables, & 15 equations).Av

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Also included in: Linear Functions Matching BUNDLE - Graphs, Tables, & Equations - GOOGLE Slides

X and Y Intercepts - (Google Form & Video Lesson!)
This product includes:
(1) Interactive video lesson with notes on x and y-intercepts. This product is perfect for students learning about graphing functions for the first time. I use this activity as part of my 8th-grade linear equations unit.

In this digital activity, students will match graphs to their appropriate equation in slope-intercept form.- Students will need to know how to identify a linear equation from a graph. Includes 18 different linear functions to matchAvailable in the full curriculum bundle!Pre-Algebra - Curriculum - B

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Also included in: Linear Functions Matching BUNDLE - Graphs, Tables, & Equations - GOOGLE Slides

This bundle includes all four Linear Function Matching ActivitiesAll four activities for 3 dollars! A dollar each separate.- These digital activities include students matching 15 to 18 linear function representations. The activities range from matching graphs to equations, tables to equations, graph

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With this project the students will:
1) graph the line y=x
2) graph the logarithmic function and it’s inverse
3) identify the domain and range of the logarithmic function
4) identify the x-intercept and y-intercept of the log function
5) identify and graph the asymptote of the logarithmic function

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This is a project I use in my Algebra classroom to help my students practice graphing linear equations given in standard form using technology such as Geogebra, Desmos calculator or a graphing calculator.
The topics included are finding the following information from the different graphs:
Slope

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Students will practice writing an equation of a line in slope-intercept form from a given point and the slope by completing this 16 problems crossword puzzle. Students are provided with an answers bank for them to self-check their answers. Including in this item is an interactive google slide for di

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TOPIC: Graphing Families of Exponential Functions
The learning objectives include the following:
the student will understand how to
graph exponential functions,
identify the domain and range
identify the x-intercept and y-intercept
identify and graph the asymptote
This lesson meets the Co

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This is a project I use in my Algebra 2 Honors classroom to help my students practice graphing a system of linear equations.. The questions for each graph are as follows:
Classify the System _______________________
Solution (s) ? if yes, write solution, otherwise, write No Solution_______________

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X and Y Intercepts – Bad Dog Breakout for Google Classroom! Are your students ready to help Louie the Pug break out of jail?Activity Details: Students are first required to determine either the x or y intercept of 10 graphs and equations. Each correct answer provides a piece of a code that is event

Solving Systems by graphing and substitution is formatted through Google Sheets and ready for Google Classroom! 16 problems requiring an (x,y) ordered pair response. There are problems in y-intercept form, standard form and mixed for substitution.
Problems are already on the sheet. Students should

This is a project I use in my Algebra 2 Honors classroom to help my students practice graphing absolute value equations and understand Parent Functions, Domain and Range in addition to locating the Vertex, x-intercept and y-intercept. .
The questions for each graph are as follows:
How is this graph

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