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Linear Functions. There are 10 problems. Each problem has a verbal description of a line which students will match with one out of the 24 graphs given.
Excellent for reviewing parts of a linear graph: intercepts, origin, slope, and points.
Answer Key provided.
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We are usually mid-linear functions in October, so I created this matching activity to bridge our work with graphing, tables and slope-intercept form with our recent introduction to point-slope form. We also needed to really get deep into the unit-rate nature of slope and this activity really helped

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Algebra that Functions
Linear Functions Match the Equation, Slope, and y-intercept to the Graph
Do you want your students to be proficient at finding the slope, y-intercept, and equation for a linear function from a graph? My Linear Functions Match the Equation, Slope, and y-intercept to the Grap

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Check out the PREVIEW to spy multiple ways to use this game in your classroom!
This functions activity focuses on linear functions in different representations including graph, algebraic equation in slope-intercept form, table of values, and verbal description. The game includes a mix of lines with

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Also included in: Custom Product Middle School Bundle (BVHCFL100)

Print this out on 5 different colors cardstock and use to assess students knowledge of linear equations and functions. Cards include matching equations in slope-intercept form, standard form, graphs, x,y tables, and identifying slope and y-intercept. You may choose to leave one set of cards out, suc

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Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards is ideal for practice and review of writing linear functions from word problems. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The other set of cards

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle for centers and more (SAVE 30%+)

Linear Function MatchingMania is a fun math activity in which students match the graph of a function to its equation in standard form and slope-intercept form. In addition, the students will find the slope and y-intercept as well as the x and y-intercepts for the graph. Teachers can use choose whi

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This sorting activity is a great way for your Algebra students to match the slope-intercept form, standard form, slope, y-intercept, and graph of 12 unique linear functions! You may choose to have them cut and paste or simply write their answers in the recording sheet. You may also prefer to print t

This bundle includes all four Linear Function Matching Activities
All four activities for 3 dollars! A dollar each separate.
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Linear Functions Matching - Tables, Graphs, & Equations
Linear Functions Matching - Tables & Equations
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This Linear Equations Sort is a fun, tactile way for students to practice fluency with multiple representations of linear equations. The sort includes 30 cards total: 10 equations, 10 graphs, and 10 table of values. Students must match the equation, graph, and table of values for each function. A ha

This can be an individual activity or completed with a partner. Students will be given 10-30 puzzle pieces at a time depending on level of difficulty you desired. The objective is to match five pieces that relate to one linear relationship; the visual or verbal real world situation, equation, iden

This activity has 32 cards with linear function to have student match!
I give the student their set of cards and have them match up the equivalent expression. You can give them a lot of guidance or very little. There are 8 matches of 4. Each math included a linear function represented in standa

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In this task, students will match a given function table to an appropriate graph based on the characteristics of the data. This is a great activity for 8th graders or High School students who are interpreting and analyzing linear and non-linear functions. CCSSM Standards addressed are: 8.F.1, 8.F

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Algebra 2 Linear Systems Matching is great for: ---> vocabulary review---> test prep---> sub teacher lessons---> early finishers---> bell ringers---> homework---> extra credit AND an answer key is provided!Vocabulary includes:CONSTRAINTSCOORDINATE SPACEDEPENDENT SYSTEMEQUIVALE

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Students will complete a hands on activity matching sets of cards to each parent function. There are 4 different cards for 8 different parent functions including:ConstantLinearQuadraticCubicSquare RootAbsolute ValueExponential RationalWith the 4 different sets of cards:Name of the parent functionThe

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An Algebra Card Sort in which students look at the algebraic notation, graph and table representations of linear functions and can make 3-way matches.
Ideally the activity should be used multiple times throughout the unit. It's first time through will take students about 30 minutes to make all the

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Used both in my Algebra 1 class and in my Math 8 class. When teaching functions or when teaching linear/ nonlinear. Students will match a graph, table and equation together.

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Students must match examples to slope-intercept form, standard form or point-slope form. Quick reference for warm-up/closure or math stations review.

Linear Equation Card Game Information
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Students are able to understand multiple representations of linear functions. Each set includes a graph, a table, an equation, a point, and a narrative. Each deck includes six sets.
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Print pages; Narrative, Graph, Points, Equations, and Tab

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This activity has students match the slope-intercept and standard forms of a linear function to its slope, y-intercept and x-intercept.

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In this activity students will match multiple representations of linear functions. Students will be able to practice their ability to translate between graphs, tables, equations, and verbal descriptions. In each of 20 problems students will be presented with a representation of a linear function. St

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A great way for students to create, connect, and apply multiple representations to analyze relationships and find solutions.
Students will be presented with an overview of a non-linear relationship between two variables. Generally there will be a few paragraphs describing a real world situation. Eac

These activity sheets will help students make connections between linear graphs, equations, tables of values, and the stories they represent. This resource is one of my favorites and best sellers!
Included are 6 different sheets, each with a different scenario and a different representation given

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Also included in: End of Year: Algebra I Activities Bundle

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