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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to solve linear equations in one variable. Students will be able to give examples of linear equations in one variable with one solution, infinitely many solutions, or no solutions. Also students will be able to show which of

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This activity helps students practice their solving skills for special cases in a cooperative manner. Students should know how to distribute, combine like terms and recognize special cases.

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Solving Multi-step Equations with Infinite Solutions, No Solutions, and Integer Solutions Practice
My Equations with Multi Steps with no solutions, infinite solutions, and integer solutions Practice product has a total of 50 equations with no prep required by you! These

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Teach solving multistep equations with one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions (identity) with these two worksheets and foldable notes.
The notes are perfect for use with an interactive notebook. The ten question worksheet is intended to serve as a bridge between the notes and th

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This is two 8th Grade Common Core guided, color-coded notebook pages for the Interactive Math Notebook on the concept of Types of Solutions: One Solution, No Solution, and Infinite Many Solutions.
Included is a color-coded graphic organizer with the special types of solutions, examples of each, and

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Break up infinitely many solutions, one solution and no solutions in a triangle notes activity. The notes give a small definition, an example, symbol if applicable and what occurs with the variables. These notes can fit into an interactive notebook and fit nicely in a folder to take out a practice a

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Also included in: 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Interactive Notes Activities

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There are several different ways you can use this activity in your classroom. The purpose of this activity is to keep students engaged and have a bit of fun as a class. The sentences students create will be silly.
Before students begin working, have them fold the dotted line, and fill

Students can work independently or in groups to determine (by inspection) if the given equations have one solution, infinite solutions, or no solution. Once students have made their determinations, they can cut out the equations and glue them under the correct headings.

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This engaging activity is great for reviewing how to solve equations with one solution, no solution and infinite solutions. Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other students to solve the problems. After completing a problem

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This quiz includes 16 problems, a good portion of which are no solution or infinitely many solutions (identity). The back includes a couple of word problems as well as several questions that ask students to prove they know the difference between a one solution problem, a no solution problem, ans IM

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This activity is designed for students to gain practice and understanding identifying the type of answer that a system of linear equations will have (one solution, no solution, infinitely many). There are two different ways you can do this activity - both ways are included with answer keys.
Perfec

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WHAT’S INCLUDED:
•PowerPoint presentation lesson: 16 slides
This lesson covers solving linear equations in one variable that have no solution or infinitely many solutions. The presentation includes a pre-requisite knowledge warm-up, a description of how to identify how many solutions an equation

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There are nine different problems to post around the room as stations where three are examples of "No Solution," three are examples of "One Solution," and three are examples of "Infinite Solutions". Student work to solve each equation to determine the category in which they each fall.

This product includes a foldable with suggested notes, worksheet, and answer key covering No Solution/Infinite Solutions – CCSS.8.EE.C, C.7, C.7.a, C.7.b.
In my class, I use the left hand side of the notebook for guided notes with foldables, while the right-hand side is reserved for individual prac

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Have you seen the Preview?
This GOAL activity is part of
★ GOAL - BUNDLE Solve System of Equations - Graphing, Substitution, and Elimination ★
★★★★★★★★★★★I MET MY GOAL★★★★★★★★★
★★★★★★The NO PREP SELF ASSESSING activity.★★★★★★
This activity includes 16 practice problems. Students could work by t

Have you seen the Preview?
This GOAL activity is part of
★ GOAL - BUNDLE Solve System of Equations - Graphing, Substitution, and Elimination ★
★★★★★★★★★★★I MET MY GOAL★★★★★★★★★
★★★★★★The NO PREP SELF ASSESSING activity.★★★★★★
This activity includes 16 practice problems. Students could work by t

Have you seen the Preview?
This GOAL activity is part of
★ GOAL - BUNDLE Solve System of Equations - Graphing, Substitution, and Elimination ★
★★★★★★★★★★★I MET MY GOAL★★★★★★★★★
★★★★★★The NO PREP SELF ASSESSING activity.★★★★★★
This activity includes 16 practice problems. Students could work by t

This lesson comes at the end of October in our curriculum, which is great because I refer to it as "Disappearing Variables." This is a quick way to deliver notes in an organized manner allowing time for practice, practice, practice. I even run it off on orange paper to add to the theme.... Kids s

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This activity assesses students' abilities to solve multi-step equations. Some equations require multiple steps, combining like terms, and the distributive property. Equations may have one solution, no solution, or infinite solutions.
The maze is meant to be a way for students to check their work.

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This foldable has three half pages, with a title page that goes through the three different types of equations students will come across: one solution, no solution, and infinite solutions (aka Identities). I find this is very helpful to my students to have an easy reference when they come across an

"The mission of Common Core Math Solutions is to create engaging, highly effective resources for the math classroom"
This lesson is about solving multi-step equations.
In this lesson students will:
1) Solve linear equations with rational number coefficients, including equations whose solutions

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These are included in a GROWING bundle that will include ALL 8th Grade Math Common Core Standards. Check it out here:
8th Grade Growing Task Card Bundle
20 Task Cards covering Solving Linear Equations in One Variable. This is a separate set of task cards focused on Special Cases of equations having

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Aligned to 8th Grade Common Core Standards. Students solve problems involving variables on both sides of the equation. Word problem and real-world application problems are included. Problems may involve one solution, infinite solutions or no solutions.

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