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TEKS 8.5I
Has students go from a word problem, to an equation, to a table and graph. Then students must use one of these representations to answer questions.

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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: 8th Grade Math Best Resources Bundle

Linear Equations (Multiple Representations) Triples ActivityThis is a great way for students to practice identifying multiple representations of linear relationships: tables, graphs, and equations. There are 36 total cards. Once matched, there will be 12 sets of three cards. Each set contains one

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Linear Equations Multiple Representations: Graphic Organizer
Help your students see the connections among the various representations of liner equations.
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-A graph
-Standard Form
-Slope
-y-intercept
-Table
-Slope Intercept Form
Give the students one or two forms and ask for students to c

This Multiple Representations Practice-Test was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 classroom during a functions unit. Students were able to use the Multiple Representations page to see how the multiple representations relate to each other. Students were given an equation and show

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More Frog Math: Multiple Representation
This edition of Frog Math includes twenty pages of practice with multiple representation. Learning to representing numbers in various ways is critical to the development of first grade number sense. I have used these practice pages over and over in centers

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Also included in: Place Value Bundle First Grade Math Hundred Chart Multi Representation

This file includes all you need for a fun filled day of interpreting Algebraic functions in multiple ways: 12 sheets of matching cards (4 sections per sheet), work packet, and solution key. The activity is designed to have students work in groups and OUT OF THEIR SEATS! There are 12 graph matching c

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Multiple Representations Card Match - Matching cards are perfect for classroom practice, tutoring, early finishers, or simple games. Students get hands on practice matching equations, tables, graphs, and verbal descriptions.
Print on card stock or laminate to keep cards lasting. You can store t

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Also included in: Proportional Relationships Activity Bundle

Practice solving linear systems using different methods. Eight tasks require students to interpret a given story and then create a system of equations, two tables of values, and a graph. Finally, students solve the system algebraically. These tasks allow students of all ability levels to understa

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Also included in: Systems of Equations Bundle of Activities, Common Core

Multiple Representations Cut and Paste - Math is always more fun with a hands-on activity! Students can work individually or in partners to find the matching graphs, equations and tables. The students will start with a graph and will find a matching equation (in slope-intercept form) and table. Some

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Also included in: Linear Relationships Activity Bundle

This is a set of 10 real-world problems that ask students to write an equation, complete a table, and graph. Laminate the placemats and you have instant dry-erase boards that can be used and reused! Two sizes are included (8.5 x 11 and 8.5 x 14) as well as a key which could make this a self-checki

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A station activity where students are given a verbal description of a proportional relationship and can use manipulatives to create a graph, fill in a table, create an equation, and draw a model.

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5 VIEWS of a FUNCTION
Tables-Equations-Graphs-Illustration-Scenarios
This resource provides 25 UNIQUE scenarios that students will interpret and represent in different ways. It has been a great activity for my students to see the connections between the different representations of a function.
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I created these stations to help my students practice writing equations, drawing graphs, and creating xy tables, when given one of the representations to start with. We used this as a two day review activity at the end of our chapter on multiple representations. These cards could also be used separa

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Linear Functions: Multiple Representations Card Sort Activity
Great activity to reinforce multiple representations of linear functions. Students will group a Linear Equation (y = mx + b) with it's Table of Values, Graph, Mapping and Ordered Pairs. There are 16 equations provided on a separate stu

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Also included in: FUNCTIONS Bundle

Okay, so “musical chairs” is really something of a misnomer: this activity is actually designed to get students OUT of their chairs – moving around the room, dancing, and having fun while interpreting and generating various representations of linear functions.
This resource includes 9 poster card

This is a differentiated cut-and-paste activity where students match linear equations, verbal equations, tables, and graphs. There are three different worksheets to choose from in order to better match student abilities. Two multi-part free response questions are also included and could be used as

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This activity is a great way for students to be creative and get up and moving. They are drawing conclusions between the linear functions and their graphs and tables.
Students create a poster with 4 representations of their function. They write the equation, create a story that fits the equation

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Common Core Math Standard: 8.F2
This worksheet gives four sets of word problems with linear situations in different representations, including verbal descriptions, graphs, tables, and equations. Students must analyze the different representations, then answer questions comparing rates of change and

Multiple Representations of Linear Functions:
graph, equation, table, verbal description
Each page provides one representation of a linear function and students generate the other three. Answer key provided.
(Focus on first quadrant only)

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Functions Multiple Representations Foldable for Interactive Notebooks
Excellent resource to complement your Introduction to Functions unit. Interactive Notebook Foldable gives 6 examples of function representations: Verbal Description, Equation, Ordered Pairs, Table, Graph and Mapping. Resource

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Also included in: FUNCTIONS Bundle

Students match an equation to the graph and the table. This activity consists of 4 games with 5 functions each. The first game is linear. The second games is linear and quadratic. The third game is linear, quadratic and absolute value functions (I like giving this one even if they haven't seen a

Equations and Multiple Representations Center Activity (Adding & Subtracting)
Are you trying to find ideas for centers? Do you need more center activities while you do guided math? Here is a great activity you can use! Students will be given an addition or subtraction equation and asked to repr

Multiple Representations for Solving Equations = Poster/Anchor Chart with Cards for Students
A anchor chart to put on your Math Vocabulary board to use as a reference.
Along with cards to use as bookmarks for a quick reference the cards are also GREAT to glue into the students Math Journals.
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