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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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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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Algebra 2 unit on linear equations and inequalities complete with power points for most lessons, suggested in class or homework assignments for students. Also included is are occasional exit slips and most answer keys. A quiz and unit exam are also included in this bundle. This can be used in supp

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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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Also included in: Systems Unit Bundle - Substitution, Elimination

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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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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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 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 lesson on Linear Programming, a topic usually covered in Algebra 2. The lesson contains student notes with blanks for vocab and space to do problems; teacher notes with the words filled in and problems done; a smartfile for your smartboard; and a worksheet for students to do after the less

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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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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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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 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 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 TWO-PERIOD (or 90-minute) activity is designed to come BEFORE learning about slope. It will allow students to discover through experiments what slope means and how to find it. Students will drop tennis balls, baseballs, and "SuperBalls" and measure their bounce heights from various distances.

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

8th Grade Math Common Core Warm-Up Program
Revisit the Standards Throughout the School Year
I am excited to introduce a set of 120 daily warm-ups that can be used to support and to implement the teaching of the Common Core Math Standards. To fully understand the scope of this program please click

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Need a way to get ready for state testing that is fun and engaging? These centers are perfect for reviewing Math Skills that can be found in most state testing programs. The questions are written in state testing format. Questions are written in Multiple Choice, Constructed Response, and Part A/P

This download consists of guided notes with answer keys for my Graphing Linear Unit. I use this during the first week of school with my new 8th grade students to review Integers as they are an integral part of the 8th grade curriculum. Each page focuses on a specific skill and contains step by step

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This is a large linear programming problem framed with maximizing profit for a car company, using two car models (named the Xerxes and the Yossarian for easy axis matching). I love linear programming because it requires the mastery of so many Algebra 1 topics. I have also used this problem as an o

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5th Grade Math Common Core Warm-Up Program
Revisit the Standards Throughout the School Year
I am excited to introduce a set of 120 daily warm-ups that can be used to support and to implement the teaching of the Common Core Math Standards. To fully understand the scope of this program please click

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System of Equations Test, 80-120 points depending on how you assign point values.
9 Multiple Choice, 4 True/False, 10 short response problems, plus first page which asks for 3 sketches (parallel lines, intersecting lines and overlapping lines) and for students to classify the lines (inconsistent,

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This resource pack is everything you need to assess and provide intervention for struggling 8th grade students in all five math domains. How do these intervention packs work?Starting with a pretest and item analysis of each question on the test, you will be able to pin-point exact needs of all stude

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Systems of Equations Test designed for honors level student, but can be easily tailored for regular student.
32 problems totaling 140 points of testing on 8 pages plus 1 page additional for graphing of three graphing problems. Test ideal for the block but can be given over two days for a regular

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