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This animated video will help students remember the steps when graphing linear equation that is in y-intercept form. Using color and sound effects students will be able to see how the y-intercept and the slope come together to create a straight line. This video is great for

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This 3 minute animated video will show students how to graph a linear equation when it is in standard form. There are 3 different examples in the video. In my classroom I like asking questions during the video such as, "What is the x intercept going to be?" I like having my s

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I created this power point for use in my classroom. It is all ready to go and student tested. This power point includes Lesson Essential Questions, if you are interested in Learning Focused Strategies. This presentation is an introduction to quadratic vocabulary as well as a lesson on graphing. T

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While I revamp my lessons to incorporate our new CASIO fx-9860GII calculators, I am constantly amazed by its capabilities!
The PowerPoint listed here has calculator screen shots, but can be used by anyone teaching or learning how to deal with slope-intercept form and writing & solving systems o

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This is a Flash program file containing 20 graphs that can be used by teachers to practice how to find the equation of a line, given two points on the line. The equations must be written in slope intercept form.
The questions appear when the program is run, and the pictures of the graphs can be enl

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Not only is this a video that will teach your students how to work with real-world linear functions in slope-intercept form, but it also contains guided notes and a homework assignment for your students. This video teaches students...
1) How to convert equations into slope-intercept form
2) How to

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Also included in: Bundle of Linear Graphing worksheets, tests, games, activities, investigations

Students will love singing along to this catchy song that teaches them how to graph a line using a linear equation. Key vocabulary words (such as solution and linear equation) are defined, important concepts (such as input-output chart and origin) are explained, and examples are provided to help you

- Graphing rational functions
- Identify and graph transformations of rational functions
- End behavior, vertical, and horizontal asymptotes
- x and y intercepts
- evaluating left and right hand limits of a graph of a function
- matching rational functions to their graphs
- more on graphing rational

This animated powerpoint presentation is intended to introduce the method of solving systems of linear equations using the substitution method.
The presentation starts by showing how some systems are difficult to solve by graphing when the y-intercept isn't a whole number.
The next several slide

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Digital Cut & Paste, traditional paper Cut & Paste, and an assessment – all in one! Key features of quadratics included in this activity are: domain, range, maximum, minimum, x intercepts, y intercepts, vertex, and axis of symmetry. The digital version of this activity may be used as a who

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Activities Bundle

- Plotting points
- Graphing equations by point plotting
- Graphing equations using graphing calculator
- Determine x and y intercepts
- Interpreting line graphs
- Finding domain and range of a relation
- Determine if a relation is a function
- Determine if equation if a function
- Vertical line tes

- Identifying Polynomial Functions and their degrees
- write a LINEAR equation given two ordered pairs
- average rate of change
- vertex from of a quadratic equation
- Matching quadratic equation to their graphs
- Graphing a quadratic function in vertex form-
- Finding the vertex and axis of symmet

- Identifying Polynomial Functions and their degrees
- write a LINEAR equation given two ordered pairs
- average rate of change
- vertex from of a quadratic equation
- Matching quadratic equation to their graphs
- Graphing a quadratic function in vertex form-
- Finding the vertex and axis of symmet

- Describe transformations of power function then sketch a graph of the power function
- Leading coefficient test for polynomial end behavior
- Using Limits to describe end behavior
- Solving polynomial functions algebraically
- State the degree and list the zeros of the polynomial function
- State

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