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Identifying linear functions. This document contains two pages of guided notes and one page of guided practice. This is a great resource for an introductory/intermediate lesson on identifying linear functions.
6 pages (Notes, Practice and Answers)
IMPORTANT: FOR BEST RESULTS, PRINT IN COLOR AND TH

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How to identify linear function and graphing them with steps. Great organizer for resource room setting or students who need supplemental notes/aid.

Students are asked to determine if a given set of ordered pairs represent a linear function; determine if a given equation is a linear function or not, if so they must graph it and write it in standard form; and determine if a situation represents a linear function, if so they must state the equatio

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This is a quick flowchart for grade 9 student studying linear functions and the basic rational function. It helps the students in the process of identifying what type of function they are dealing with given a table of values.

Use it for homework, classwork or whatever you like!

I created this checklist as a semester review for my students in Algebra 1. There are 32 skills from the first half of an algebra 1 course, each with a sample exercise. Topics cover order of operations through linear systems:
1. Using Order of Operations to Simplify Expressions
2. Evaluating Vari

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This activity reviews linear functions and their graphs: slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, points on the line, slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form. Bonus version that includes identifying graphs that are parallel and perpendicular.
There are 12 cards with graphs of linear funct

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After starting an Interactive Notebook for 8th Grade Math, this unit not only provides the Flippables (foldable activities) but also items necessary to complete your INB lessons.**Looking to save 20% on the FULL YEAR? Check out the Eighth Grade Math Interactive Notebook here!**The Linear Functions U

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Also included in: Middle School Math Interactive Notebook Bundle

Piecewise Functions Cut and Paste Puzzle (Linear Functions only)
This cut-out puzzle was created to help students practice graphing a piecewise function along with identifying its domain and range. Students graph each piecewise function (the functions are given on a slip of paper), identify the dom

Get students out of their seats and engaged in linear function problems. This is a great activity for students to work with a partner, small group, or individually to solve the twelve problems focused on introductory concepts to linear functions such as writing function rules, coordinate graphing,

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Linear Functions TEKS Aligned: A3C
This is a comprehensive review game that covers all linear functions topics. There are 24 questions (3 pages) total covering the following topics:
identifying the x- and y-intercepts and slope from 1) a graph and 2) a table, identifying the x- and y-intercepts fr

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

This is a foldable for domain and range of linear functions, both continuous and discrete scenarios. The is great for an interactive notebook. Students simply fold the notes in half and glue them in. the inside of the foldable is set up as flow maps with steps to help them determine the domain or ra

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Worksheet where students will identify linear and nonlinear functions from a table, graph and equation.
Answer Key is included.
docx and pdf files are both included in the Zip file.
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Students will make a foldable which explains how to determine if a function is linear or nonlinear from a graph, table or equation.
Answer key is included.
docx and pdf files are both included in the zip file.
The docx file can be edited if you have a Word program that uses these type files.
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Linear and Nonlinear Functions
This activity can be divided into two parts: teacher guided practice (using the first worksheet) and individual student or partner practice (using the second worksheet). The second worksheet could also be used as a quiz.
Students will be graphing linear and nonlinea

This is a 3-page linear functions test containing 18 questions (some with multiple parts) over the following topics: linear or not, slope found in all situations, writing linear function rules from tables and word problems, identifying intercepts, and graphing lines using m & b. The horizontal a

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STAARS ALGEBRA 1 EOC RESOURCES
Reporting Category 2: Describing and Graphing Linear Functions, Equations and Inequalities
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how to describe and graph linear functions, equations, and inequalities.
This file contains 11 worksheets for each TEKS cover

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Are you ready to start using an Interactive Notebook with your Algebra 1 classes? This unit on Linear Functions is the perfect unit to continue working in an Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook. Students will continue to build on prior knowledge to form an understanding of Linear Functions.Includes:- Voc

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Also included in: Algebra Interactive Notebook for Entire Year Bundle

Students identify linear and nonlinear functions from a table, graph and equation by cutting out the functions and gluing under the correct title.
Answer key is included.
docx and pdf files are both included in the zip file.
The docx file can be edited if you have a Word program that uses these t

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This is a project-based assessment over linear functions. The student is given a continuous linear situation such as "A pool contains 300 gallons and is being filled at a rate of 100 gallons per hour". The student separates their poster board (appr. 17 x 22) into 4 quadrants and then proceeds to ide

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Guided practice worksheet where students can learn how to identify linear and nonlinear functions from a table, graph and equation.
Answer key is included.
docx and pdf files are both included in the zip file.
The docx file can be edited if you have a Word program that uses these type files.
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This is a set of 10 exit tickets (5 half-sheets) covering the following linear functions topics: Is it linear?, writing function rules, finding slope from a description, an equation, 2 points, a table, and a graph, graphing lines in y = mx + b format, connecting the concepts of a table or graph to i

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Teachers need to cut apart the 20 functions and place them around the room. Students will receive a puzzle answer sheet on which they will do their work and put their answers. Students go to one of the functions, decide if it is linear or nonlinear, look at the top left corner where it will say some

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This quiz covers putting an equation in function form, creating a table of values for a linear function and graphing it, stating whether something is a function given a table of values or a graph, explaining how to tell whether a relation is a function given a table or graph, listing the domain and

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