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Early in the Functions, Tables & Graphs Topic, students learn to match equations with tables, create or complete a table to match an equation, and determine an equation to match a table. This worksheet also challenges students to provide an x value being given a y value.

This is a cut & paste matching activity that challenges students to make connections between algebraic equations, xy tables, and graphs. Students cut out individual cards that show equations, tables, and verbal phrases. They must match them to a corresponding graph and paste them in a group.

This is a FABULOUS Additive and Multiplicative Relationships Cut and Paste,Matching Equations, Tables, and Graphs. Your students will LOVE this and you'll want to use it year after year. It's the only practice I use on the day I teach this skill/concept every year. Created by Tricks and Treats for T

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Need to bring more real world activities into your classroom? Look no further. This matching activity will help students practice seeing relationships between 10 linear word problems and their equations, tables, and graphs. The activity has 10 follow-up questions for groups who finish early as we

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This common core aligned product is designed as an engaging activity where students can practice matching proportional tables, graphs, and equations. It is designed for posters to be placed around the room or in the hallway. Get your middle school students out of their seats by having them solve pro

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Writing Equations from Tables with Independent and Dependent Variables and Quantities
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CCSS.Math.Content.6.EE.B.7
Solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x + p = q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational number

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Students match the linear function with the correct table. You can have students do this individually or with a partner. I cut the paper ahead of time and place everything in a baggie so that I can pass out and pick up quickly. This also helps me reuse them for each class. You could give the sheet t

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Write a Linear Equation from a Table: Practice/Review (8.F.A.2.) is a great way to practice, review and assess students' understanding of how to write a linear equation from a table. One set of cards has a table of coordinates. The other set has linear equations to match. Students match the table

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

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These cards contain one and two step equations and their solutions. They can be used with individual students, partners or in a whole group activity. They make a more engaging way for students to get practice solving equations.
Students match an equation, a table and a graph in a whole class acti

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This is a culminating activity after students have learned how to graph an equation using a table. Students are given 6 equations and need to cut and paste the matching graphs and tables next to the correct equation. This activity is very good for differentiating students. I have used it in my class

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Equation and Number Sentence Review Problems! Do your students have trouble matching an equation with a word problem? Refine their skills with this handy slideshow that can also be printed as TASK CARDS!
Who is This For?
3rd or 4th grade teachers looking for engaging review of how to match equa

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Also included in: 3rd Grade Math Review Slideshows and Task Cards GROWING Bundle

Students will write equations from tables and real world problems. This can be used as homework, classwork, or an assessment. Problems can be copied and pasted into your smart software. This worksheet consists of 12 tables and 8 word problems where students will write an equation to match each si

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Hands on Center Idea for your middle school math classroom.
6.4A Use tables and symbols to represent and describe proportional and other relationships such as those involving conversions, arithmetic sequences (with a constant rate of change), perimeter and area
6.5A Formulate equations from problem

Interactive notebook notes, worksheets, cut and glue matching.
Included is PDF and DocX files. Notes explain how to use y=mx+b when changing ordered pairs to equations.

Included in this document are 6 cards containing problems and answers. All problems given are tables in which students must write the equation in slope-intercept form for each table. Some problems will require students to use point-slope form to find the equation in slope-intercept form. There are 2

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Simply print and cut and students are ready to match equations to tables! Print out on card stock and laminate for future uses.

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Here's something I created to get my students to practice graphing algebraic equations using graph paper and function tables.

My students love matching games! This game has students match the equation to the table. There are 9 cards pre made and 3 blank cards for the teacher to create new or to have the students make examples. I always have blank matching cards to challenge my students!
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This product is a fun, choice-based activity in which students scan QR codes at different "carnival attractions" for real life carnival themed scenarios in which the student must use tables, graphs, and/or just word descriptions to create an algebraic equation [either y=mx for multiplicative or y=b+

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Need a quick activity to provide practice on this skill? This puzzle is just the ticket!
Use it as an in-class activity, an assignment, or as a station/math center. Your students will have to think carefully to determine which equation matches each table.

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Fun activity to practice standardized test questions. Students work the problem, choose the answer then tape the problems together to form a perfect circle. Takes about 20 minutes. Directions, answer keys and illustrations are included. Problems are from Algebra 1, Texas Essential Knowledge and

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This bundle includes all four Quadratic Function Matching Activities
All four activities for 3 dollars! A dollar each separate.
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Quadratic Functions - Matching Vertex Form - Tables, Graphs, & Equations
Quadratic Functions - Matching Vertex F

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This bundle includes all four Exponential Function Matching Activities
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Exponential Functions Matching - Tables, Graphs, & Equations
Exponential Functions Matching - Tables & Graphs
Exponential Functions Matching - Tables & Equations

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Students must match a linear equation to the appropriate table of values and the appropriate graph. Students must have an understanding of the solutions to a linear equation as well as an understanding of what the graph of a particular linear equation would look like (i.e. positive or negative slop

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