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This 12- question digital assignment provides students with self-grading practice solving equations and determining if they have one solution, infinitely many solutions, or no solution. Questions 1-10 are basic skills practice, and questions 11-12 have student choose numbers that could complete an
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*Includes No Solution and All Real Numbers This activity gets all students thinking and moving in the classroom without taking that much time. It can lead to an engaged class discussion with students feeling free to ask questions and compare their problems. There is a homework assignment that can
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This is a left/right bell work quiz. There are three equations for both sides. (I have my students at desks. If they sit on the left side of the desk, they complete the three equations under the left side. Those who sit on the right side, complete the right side of the quiz.)
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A new school year starts with a unit to understand the Common Core Expressions and Equations in 8th Grade. After starting an Interactive Notebook for 8th Grade Math, this unit not only provides the Flippables (foldable activities) but also items necessary to complete your INB lessons.**Looking to sa
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Algebra that FunctionsSolving Multi-step Equations with Infinite Solutions, No Solutions, and Integer Solutions PracticeMy 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 multi
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Teach solving special case 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
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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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Directions: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 i
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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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These quick, no prep social skills activities are my solution to my students who ask to leave early or are early finishers. They can be used for individual therapy, social skills groups, mixed groups, homework, guidance groups or anytime a student is done early. Since the activity pages are arrange
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New Resource! I developed this key because I wanted to reduce my printing down to one page and most of the dichotomous keys I had on hand were 2 pages long and the images were faded from photocopying over the years.Solution! I decided to draw 12 crisp and clear lizards (using Adobe Illustrator) an
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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 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 is a 3 tab foldable to be used as notes for teaching multi-step equations with one, none, and infinite solutions. When folded, the front cover gives a description of what each answer looks like. The inside contains a problem for your direct instruction and an example problem for the students
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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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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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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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Are you ready to start using an Interactive Notebook with your Algebra 1 classes? This unit on Exponents flows right along with the other units available in my store for Algebra.Includes:- Vocabulary Frayer Models for Unit Vocabulary- Teacher Directions for each Interactive Notebook Activity- Sugges
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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
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Problems 1-3 are all in slope-intercept form for easy graphing and problems 4-9 are solved for one variable for easy substitution. Problems 1-3 are the same as 4-6 so that students are able to see how the solution to these systems looks like both graphically and algebraically. The preview above show
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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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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.
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This is a solving equations with variables on both sides RIDDLE worksheet. It focuses primarily on Identity and No Solution equations.18 problemsA few equations have solutionsMostly integer equations, but one decimal equation and one fraction distributive required.A version without the riddle is in
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