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This packet is designed for students to complete after learning about solving systems of linear inequalities. The activity gives students a real-life perspective on systems of inequalities by using simple business models. After reading a few sentences about a business situation, students will dete

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Linear Programming can be quite a difficult task for many students! So why not break it down and create a memorable experience with the topic.
In this foldable, the topic of linear programming is broken into pieces (Vocabulary, Sketching, Vertices, Max/Min, Real World) so that students can relate b

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This is the fourth lesson in a six-lesson unit on Linear Systems designed for Algebra 2 Honors students who have a solid foundation in graphing and solving equations.
Students will be able to :
★ Analyze relationships and systems to find extreme values
★ Solve problems with systems using linear pro

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This is a smartboard lesson that takes 2 days on a block schedule to teach. Of course you may break it down into more days if you would like. It has the smartboard lesson, a worksheet of the word problems used and another smartboard with the answers for the worksheet. It provides everything you n

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Just a few linear programming problems with step-by-step illustrations for creating graphs reflecting feasible regions and finding optimum conditions for maximum profit.

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Not everything has to be a foldable! This is a great notebook "tape-in" graphic organizer to help your students during instruction involving linear programming. Each page contains 4 tape-in organizers.

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This is a great scaffolded introduction to linear programming. I use this every year to introduce minimizing and maximizing profits using linear functions. It provides students with an understandable context for the numbers involved while guiding them through the various steps of the problem.

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This is a PowerPoint that goes with the free Cambridge International Mathematics Booklets.
This PowerPoint covers Linear Programming

Have you ever wondered how textbooks make such "nice" linear programming problems that have such "nice" solutions? This document will help you understand how these "nice" problems are made, and how to make your own "nice" problems. Download and enjoy!

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Create a system of linear inequalities from a verbal description
- Graph the solu

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Linear Programming Graphing Inequalities Worksheet, Notes & Foldable Bundle A-CED
This bundle includes the following:
1 page PDF Linear Programming Foldable (includes folding directions)
2 pages PDF Linear Programming notes
4 pages PDF Linear Programming Worksheet (total of 6 problems - the wo

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This worksheet contains 6 linear programming word problems for students to practice.
Detailed Answer Key is included (6 pages).

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Create a system of linear inequalities from a verbal description
- Graph the solu

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Create a system of linear inequalities from a verbal description
- Graph the solu

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We can help students "make sense of problems and persevere in solving them" (MP1) by including more real world problems in our instruction. The slideshow, notes template, word problems and project included in this bundle will help your Algebra students access challenging linear programming and optim

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This linear programming project gives students a chance to apply the concepts they learn in class to a real world advertising problem. The document includes specific, clear steps to help students through the work as well as an answer key for the teacher. I've also included an enrichment activity f

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This is a set of 4 worksheets.
1 worksheet is good for an introduction to families of graphs (or parent graphs). There are 9 questions asking to identify the parent graph and describe the transformations. There is also 11 review questions (writing equations, finding the intercepts, and plugging in

"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with a Common-Core-Standards-aligned activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these Common Core standards:
- A-CED.1
- A-CED.2
- A-CED.3
- A-REI.6
- A-REI

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Create a linear programming problem from a verbal description
- Graph the feasibl

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Students open a restaurant by creating two dishes. They will use linear programming to figure out their profits based on constraints such as costs of food and time. A rubric is included.

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Linear programming and optimization is a great application to apply students understanding of solving systems of equations.
This unit includes:
2 Projects with real world applications (See descriptions below)
2 Practice worksheets
2 Assessments with answers
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Nutrition and Minimizing Cost

Give your students a clearer understanding of the uses of systems with this Linear Programming practice packet! Using this packet, students will strengthen their skills in writing linear inequalities, graphing linear inequalities, evaluating functions, and optimization. Grids are given for each prob

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Linear Programming: Maximum & Minimum Values Worksheet
NQ.3 A-CED.3 A-REI 3
This is an 8 page PDF document (Assignment- 4 pgs. and Answer key - 4 pgs.) that pertains to Linear Programming: Maximum and Minimum values. The assignment is a total of 12 problems.
Download the free preview to get

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This foldable covers solving systems of inequalities with linear programming. . This is the fourth lesson in Algebra 2 Unit 3 Systems of Equations and Inequalities.
This resource includes:
- Color-coded graphic organizers*
- Black-line master graphic organizers
- Color coded notes with examples.

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Packet includes worksheets to practice writing and graphing linear equations and inequalities with limitations (piece functions), as well as details and instructions for a drawing project which incorporates the aforementioned topics. Answer sheets included. Also includes grading rubric and example f

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Students will first examine a model company working to maximize profits within certain supply, demand and cost constraints. They will then create their own company and their own constraints. They will find the solutions to a systems of linear functions in order to maximize their own profits.

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Create a linear programming problem from a verbal description
- Graph the feasibl

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Examples, problems, solutions, and web resources are provided. Students are asked to translate word problems into systems of inequalities and profit functions (objective functions). Online resources are included for differentiation, asynchronous learning, learning for those who miss classes due t

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This is a great project either before or after you are introducing linear programming. It walks students through the process in a real world setting. This project is also good to do during or after class and is content suitable for Algebra 1 or Algebra 2.

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As our EOC format changes from multiple choice to computer-based and performance-based testing, our assessments must change as well.
This rigorous quiz bundle contains 4 quiz versions and assesses student ability to solve problems involving linear programming.
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This is a one day lesson taken from the Algebra 2 unit on linear equations and inequalities. This lesson goes over the basics of linear programming and what it is used for. This unit includes one power point, a suggested homework assignment and an answer key for the homework assignment.
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This activity is about teams of two students solving eight basic level linear programming problems from start to finish, which includes converting words to inequalities, graphing linear inequalities, finding points of intersection with lines, determining the feasible region, calculating profit at ea

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This is a great activity for systems of inequalities. It has steps for using the TI-84+ with the lesson.

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This 18- page packet is an introduction to linear programming. Topics include graphing linear systems, identifying the feasibility region, objective function, and maximum/minimum. There is a brief lesson, examples, and 10 practice questions (with detailed solutions). Check out the preview file to se

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This practice set contains 2 worksheets for students to practice linear programming. Questions will require students to practice graphing multiple linear inequalities in order to find the feasible region, identify vertices, determine if a point is a solution to a graph, and evaluate an objective fu

Linear Programming Maximum Minimum Values Foldable A-CED.1 - 3, A-REI.3
This is a single page PDF foldable that pertains to Linear Programming and the procedures for calculating the Maximum and Minimum Values, identifying Vertices and the Feasible Region of a graph.
The file includes folding direc

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This power point is for a 2 day lesson on feasible regions.
Day 1 students are plugging coordinates into a function to determine the maximum and minimum values of areas. There is a word problem with this also to determine goods sold by the junior class.
Day 2 students are graphing the linear ineq

This linear programming problem is perfect for an Algebra 2 or PreCalculus class. It also includes a key.
This could be used as practice, a graded assignment, checkpoint, or quiz :)

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This lesson is a great way to scaffold instruction during linear programming. Students will review graphing linear inequalities and be introduced to the feasible region.
The follow-up to this lesson will be story problems where students create the system of inequalities themselves.
A key has been

Math Smartboard Lessons and More
Lesson objective, Lesson Preview, Warm-up, Guided Practice, Independent Practice.
-Creative Smartboard lesson
-Interactive
-Hidden questions
Check out the rest of my Smartboard lessons on my page.
-Algebra 2 Full Year SB lessons
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This is the second WS in the linear programming unit. These problems will scaffold student ability from guided practice to working on their own. This particular problem address situations with more than two constraints and allows students to practice their systems of equations solving skills as we

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In this project, students will come up with a simple business plan and optimize its profit. Students will use desmos.com for graphing.

4 more problems, ranging from mixtures, distance-rate-time, even an explanation of methods. Because too many examples is too hard to do. Includes a link to some great linear programming problems (not created by me).
Answer key provided.
If you like these, check out the Measured Math Flipped Class

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This is the notes sheet that I use to teach linear programming in Algebra II.

This is an Algebra II lesson on linear programming. It contains finding maximum and minimum values of an objective function and a word problem.

This skill builder helps students practice the skill of finding the minimum or maximum of a linear programming model. These problems frequently appear on state assessments and the ACT. This product is perfect for unit reviews, substitute teachers packets, or for students who need a little extra prac

Armed with the knowledge that students typically need a lot of time and exposure for tasks like linear programming, another worksheet is provided to supplement our first day of work.
This worksheet, like the first, corresponds to a free YouTube video that provides a detailed and thorough explanatio

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A short 5 or so min video which solves a linear programming word problem about airplane manufacturing.

These PowerPoints are designed for teacher, student, tutor, or parent use. The lesson numbers refer to correlation with the textbook, Algebra 2: An Integrated Approach (Larson, Kanold, Stiff). The warm-up problems are based on pre-requisite skills or review of previous lessons. The last page provide

Linear Programming is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge.
During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda):
•Graphing linear inequalities
•Graphing systems of linear inequalities
•Linear prog

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This worksheet accompanies an instructional YouTube video to practice setting up and solving problems through linear programming. It comes towards the end of the chapter on Systems of Equations in our flipped class.
Video can be found at https://youtu.be/EPFXbD4UP2U
Color-coded key, with steps sho

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This set of activities is designed to prepare students for the multiple steps and rigors of linear programming. Example regions are provided for the teacher and student pairs. Also a worksheet is also provided.

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